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The aim of this paper is twofold. Firstly, it analyses the similarities that stem from Wittgenstein's (Philosophical Investigations (1953)) and Brandom's (Making it Explicit (1994)) commitment to pragmatics in the philosophy of language to account for moral utterances. That is, the study of the meaning of moral utterances is carried out resorting to the study of the acts being performed in producing or exhibiting these utterances. Both authors offer, therefore, a pragmatic solution in order todoi:10.5281/zenodo.4602337 fatcat:eul66yraonckjesxr3hphe63ba