Unformatted text preview: 1. Saying something is good for a being doesn’t mean that the organism values it 2. “If instrumental goods are good only insofar as they are a means to some other good, and if we rule out an endless series or loop of instrumental values (as some pragmatists would allow), then objective instrumental goods for insentient organisms entail the existence of objective intrinsic goods” (pg 123) 3. Sebjectivists v. objectivists- did the world possess value before humans even existed?...
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- Spring '07
- Value theory, nonhuman sentient animals, objective intrinsic goods