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absurd according action appears argument Aristotle Aristotle's called categorical imperative character choose conception concerned consequences Crito David Hume deliberation desire distinction duty equally ethics Ethics Books ethos eudaimonia evil example exercise existence experience fact faculty feeling freedom friends friendship give Glaucon happiness Hume idea incontinent individual insists instinct interests Jean-Paul Sartre John Stuart Mill judgment justice Kant Kant's kind liberty live lndeed mankind matter maxim means metaethical Mill mind moral principles moral skepticism motive Myth of Sisyphus never Nietzsche noble object obligation one's opinion ourselves pain particular passions person philosophers Plato pleasant pleasure possible practical praise prudence psychological egoism punishment purpose question rational reason regard rules sake Sartre seems self-love selfish sense sentiment social society Socrates soul suppose teleological theories of justification theory things unjust utilitarian utility vice virtue virtuous word wrong