The article deals with relation between the agenda of analytic philosophy and humanities. The author investigates the appeal of analytic philosophy appeal to psychological dimensions of a human being, to issues of mentality and to analysis of moral norms is considered. The problem is articulated of the relation between extensional evaluation of the action in terms of conformity with consequences and intensional evaluation of the action in terms of conformity with norms. It is stated that this problem requires analysis of the underlying deep semantics of the social norms of behavior. The descriptive nature of Kant’s conception of the value of moral act is investigated. Analytical interpretations of the concepts of freedom, responsibility, law, justice, and solidarity are considered. The author makes a conclusion that the potential of contemporary analytic philosophy can be used for resolving problems of contemporary human science.