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H WHAT MAKES RIGHT ACTS RIGHT?
IH THE MEANING OF GOOD
THE NATURE OF GOODNESS
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aesthetic enjoyment apprehended argument attributes beautiful beneficence character characteristic claim conscientious action consciousness consequences definition depends dispatched book disposition distinction doubt duty to produce elements equally ethics existence expression facie duty facie rightness fact feeling fulfilment of promise G. E. Moore ground happiness hedonism hold implies indefinable indifferent instance intrinsic nature intrinsic value involved judge judgement Kant kind knowledge less mean mind Moore's morally good action motive non-maleficence notion object of interest obligation obligatory optimific organic unities ourselves pain particular patch of colour person pleasant pleasure possess possible post-impressionistic predicate primrose Principia Ethica principle Professor Moore Professor Perry Professor Urban proposition punishment question recognize reflection relation respect right act right opinion seems clear self-evident sense of duty suppose surely tautology Theory of Value things thought tion true truth virtue virtuous whole word wrong yellow