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Normative judgements - judgements about what we and others ought and have reason to do, believe, intend, and so on - are a ubiquitous and probably inescapable part of our lives. But in virtue of what are such judgement true - if in fact they ever are? Answering this question calls for an account of the nature of normative properties and facts. Normative Naturalists provide such an account, suggesting that normative properties and facts are reducible to natural properties and facts - verydoi:10.25911/5f4e2391b6823 fatcat:5axqhbx2srgudcf37l5giltiva