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Class 3 Questions @ start of class Under assumption the sentence is true, then the sentence in the box is false Under assumption the sentence is false, then the sentence in the box is true Can you refute egoism if you assume that there is no afterlife and no divine punishment? What is the/a good? There are some common features between what is good to each person What are the beneficial things? What should you do to promote beneficial things to people and prevent harmful things? Refuting Egoism Why this is hard: you have to know what is good for a person or group An Important Decision Ultimate or intrinsic good = good for its own sake regardless of its
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