“Although the distinction between facts and values is not as clear cut as many people imagine the following principle is generally true: the more the proof of proposition is dependent on subjective feelings or emotional reactions of its supporters, the more likely it is to be a proposition of value; conversely, the less dependent it is upon the subjective feelings and emotional reactions, the more likely it is to be a proposition of fact.”

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