Read this sixth selection and answer the following questions:
1. What is the difference between a semantic relationship and an ontological relationship? What is another example
of knowing what something means without knowing what it is?
2. In the five step argument of section 9.4, where does Searle try to craftily jump from is to ought?
3. Why would limiting knowledge to only deductive reasoning make everyday decisions impossible?
4. In his own argument, where does Rachels try to jump from is to ought?