What is prescriptive philosophy

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R. M. Hare: The language of morals (Oxford 1952) 1–16 (here Hare does not yet clearly differentiate between imperatives and prescriptive judgments); Freedom and reason (Oxford 1963) 4f.
Freedom ..., op. 10-13. 30th
Plato (Oxford / New York 1982) 72f.
J. Rawls: A theory of justice (Oxford 1972) 405f.
See J. H. Zedler: Großes fully. Univ.-Lex. 29 (1741) 79; W. T. Krug: Allg. Handwb. der philos. Wiss.en (1832ff, ND 1969) 3, 319f.
See F. Suárez: De legibus. Crit. Edition, ed. L. Perena et al. (Madrid 1973) VIII, 99; D. Hume: A treatise of human nature. The philos. Works, ed. T. H. Green / T. H. Grose 2 (London 1886, ND 1964) 278; A. Smith: Lectures on jurisprudence, ed. R. L. Meek et al. (Oxford 1978) 133. 135-138. 143f; I. Kant: Metaph. Of Morals I: Legal Doctrine § 32. Akad.-A. 6, 292.
R. Goclenius: Lexicon philos. (1613, ND 1980) 853.
Cf. F. Bacon: Novum organum § 59. The works, ed. J. Spedding / R. L. Ellis / D. D. Heath 1 (New York 1869) 261f .; Th. Hobbes: Leviathan 1, 4. The engl. works, ed. W. Molesworth (London 1839ff.) 3, 18ff; B. Pascal: De l'esprit géométr. Oeuvres, ed. L. Brunschvicg / P. Boutroux / F. Gazier (Paris 1904ff.) 9, 240-270; B. Russell / A. N. Whitehead: Principia mathematica (Cambridge 21925) 1,11; R. Carnap: The log. syntax of language (London 1937) 23; Introd. to semantics (Cambridge, Mass. 1942) Section 6. 24; N. Goodman: The structure of appearance (Cambridge, Mass. 1951) 3.