The Meaning of Good: A Dialogue

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2006 - 248 pages
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The View That Knowledge Consists In The Perception Of Necessary Connections, Viewed From The Standpoint Of Good, This Seems To Be Open To The Same Objection. But Further, It Is Argued That The Perpetual Contemplation Of Necessary Relations Among Ideas Does Not Satisfy Our Conception Of The Good; But That We Require An Element Analogous Somehow To That Of Sense, Though Not, Like Sense, Unintelligible And Obscure.

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