Unformatted text preview: may not actually be right, I never saw it as he puts it. Now, whenever my sympathies tell me to do other than my morals, I fear that I will spend days deliberating whether or not my morals are right, if my sympathy should win out as Huck Finn’s does, and if I should change my morals based on my sympathies. Bennett’s argument really does open a new window to look through. I never would have thought of my sympathies disagreeing with my morals. Generally, I always assumed they tend to agree with one another. From now on, however, I’ll be particularly weary of when I have a gut feeling telling me to do something that I view as immoral. While this action may actually be wrong, there is the slight possibility that it is my morals that need revision, not my sympathies that I cannot change....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course STOR 155 taught by Professor Andrewb.nobel during the Fall '08 term at UNC.
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