Quotation by Richard M. Hare

I have been maintaining that the meaning of the word 'ought' and other moral words is such that a person who uses them commits himself thereby to a universal rule. This is the thesis of universalizability.
Richard M. Hare (b. 1919), British philosopher. Freedom and Reason, p. 30, Oxford University Press (1963).
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