Unformatted text preview: state i.e. “happiness”. These produce boldness, and often over-boldness, unless a good will is present in these gifts. Good will is good because of its good willing alone. Even if it fails in its purpose, but still makes its utmost effort, it is still good by the virtue of its intent. Nothing can add to or detract from a good will’s goodness....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHIL 1318 taught by Professor None during the Fall '08 term at SMU.
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