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unreflective linguistic judgements
 He is a waffling fatberg of lies.
* A waffling fatberg lies of he is.
linguistic competence involves a special-purpose module
which operates according to linguistic rules
‘the mind contains a moral grammar: a complex and possibly domain-specific set of rules [...] this system enables individuals to determine the deontic status of an infinite variety of acts and omissions’
Mikhail, 2007 p. 144
Note: a the linguistic analogy
What evidence might indicate that humans have a language ethics module?
resistance to revisability
structure implicit in moral intuitions