Moral realists maintain that finding moral facts is not a simple matter of finding a new species of beetle or a new comet. Describe the more complicated process involved in the search for objective moral facts, according to the moral realist view. Please be sure to support your answer.
According to Nietzche, Moralist, the explanation for person’s moral belief was based on the psychophysical facts. He says “Moralities are… merely a sign language of the effects”. “Answers to the question about the value of existence………may always be considered first of all the symptoms of certain bodies”. With reference to moral judgments, he says are “Symptoms and sign language which betray the process of the physiological prosperity of failure” and in addition, he further said “moral judgments and evaluations... Are only images and fantasies based on a physiological process unknown to us”, thus, in order to bring the moral judgment “it is always necessary to draw forth… the physiological phenomenon behind the moral predispositions and prejudices”.
In order to better understand the moral facts, moralists seek to understand in terms of Naturalistic, as a type of tree would be known by knowing its fruits. Similarly, the type of person could also be judged by their values and ideas. Thus, the conscious mental states, where the action is preceded, and further propositional contents make them appear. Another moralist, David Chalmers, analyzed and admits of two interpretations of both psychological sense and phenomenological sense in order to search more facts and he further states that whatever emerged in the psychological distinctive conception and the mental stress expresses, which phenomenological profile is and this appears as moral judgments called as exotic emotivism.