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Physical assumptions, like all scientific statements, are statements of matters of fact: syntactically, they are declarative sentences. Moral assumptions, on the other hand, are statements concerning moral obligation: syntactically, they are imperative sentences, which contain the word 'ought' or its equivalent. For further discussion of this point see any modern textbook on moral philosophy, for instance H. Reichenbach, The rise of scientific philosophy (University of California Press, Berkeley, 1968).
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