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" ... one of which would be as indifferent as the other. In a word, it is impossible to understand what is to constitute the ' value' of any action, if its results are not able to produce some 'Good' somewhere in the world, or to increase the sum of already... "
Outlines of the Philosophy of Religion: Dictated Portions of the Lectures of ... - Page 117
by Hermann Lotze - 1901 - 162 pages
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The Ethical Aspect of Lotze's Metaphysics

Vida Frank Moore - Ethics - 1901 - 101 pages
...understand what is to constitute the ' value ' of any action if its results are not able to produce some ' good ' . . . and this latter always exists only in the pleasure of some sensitive spirit." 1 Many statements might be quoted from Lotze's various works which assert as strongly as any of the...
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The Ethical Aspect of Lotze's Metaphysics

Vida Frank Moore - Ethics - 1901 - 101 pages
...understand what is to constitute the ' value ' of any action if its results are not able to produce some ' good ' . . . and this latter always exists only in the pleasure of some sensitive spirit."1 Many statements might be quoted from Lotze's various works which assert as strongly as any...
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