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Goodness and Life
Excellences and Merit
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act fully characteristic action-states actions fully characteristic agent analogous Aristotle Aristotle's attitudes avoiding cheating believes beneficial benefits capacities character traits circumstances commitment conform considerations conventions courage course cowardice cowardly acts Demaratus desire difficult direct concern duty E. O. Wilson economic generosity ergon example excessive fear fact feel forms of behavior forms of benevolence forms of conscientiousness functions G. E. M. Anscombe Generous-mindedness giving Hobbes situation honesty human excellences important inclinations incompatible with generosity individual intrinsically motivated involves John Rawls judgment Kant kind of creature knowledge Kurt Baier lead lence Lester Hunt Lord Jim matter merit nature Nicomachean Ethics normal normative obligation one's word performance person of one's Peter Thomas Geach Philosophical pleasures possession practical reasoning Prichard question Rawls recipient reflect credit render aid rules sense someone sort tell the truth tendency things tion utilitarian wants worth the risks wrong