This paper contributes to the defense of the nonderivability thesis; that is, the thesis that no set of purely descriptive statements can entail an evaluative statement. Thus, it is impossible to give objective justification of any value judgment.
Harrison, Rick, "Searle and the Nonderivability Thesis" (1975). Honors Projects. 18.
This work is not listed among the Special Departmental Honors projects in the 1975 Commencement program. It is included here because it was transferred to the archives with other Honors works for this date.