Nickname that people yelled when Mr. Peterson entered the bar on Cheers

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Norms are concepts (sentences) of practical import, oriented to effecting an action, rather than conceptual abstractions that describe, explain, and express. Normative sentences imply “ought-to” types of statements and assertions, in distinction to sentences that provide “is” types of statements and assertions. Common normative sentences include commands, permissions, and prohibitions; common normative abstract concepts include sincerity, justification, and honesty. A popular account of norms describes them as reasons to take action, to believe, and to feel.

Orders and permissions express norms. Such norm sentences do not describe how the world is, they rather prescribe how the world should be. Imperative sentences are the most obvious way to express norms, but declarative sentences also may be norms, as is the case with laws or ‘principles’. Generally, whether an expression is a norm depends on what the sentence intends to assert. For instance, a sentence of the form “All Ravens are Black” could on one account be taken as descriptive, in which case an instance of a white raven would contradict it, or alternatively “All Ravens are Black” could be interpreted as a norm, in which case it stands as a principle and definition, so ‘a white raven’ would then not be a raven.

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