On stipulative definitions […]

On stipulative definitions […]
Suppose we say that to love someone is to be willing to die for that person. […]
Many holders of controversial and highly charged opinions use stipulative definitions in order to attach the emotional or other connotations of a word to the meaning they would like to give it; for example, defining “murder” as “the killing of any living thing for any reason”. […]

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