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Reading Answers 3

Reading Answers 3 - 1 a It does not lean one way or another...

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1 a. It does not lean one way or another. It is viewing things from other people’s eyes. b. Praise-worthiness is a state of being and not necessarily being praised. The impartial spectator views yourself and sees if you are praise worthy because sometimes people praise you for something you are not. How would somebody see you if they knew the raw truth about you? 2 a. Both the physical and moral eye see things as big and small depending on the situation and not on the actual dimensions of an object. b. Human beings are concerned with others but they are more concerned with themselves. They may see the tragedy of another and feel for him but after this is done they go back to pursue their own desires. c. We basically overcome these passions through the impartial spectator. 3 a. The thought that everything that seems to bring utility is not always worth having and going through the trouble of getting. 4 a. The deception that wealth and greatness is something grand and beautiful; the attainment of these things is worth the trouble of getting them.
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