2. Sartre (94%) Click here for info
3. Nietzsche (89%) Click here for info
4. Stoics (89%) Click here for info
Something must have a desirable affect on man in order to be good
Must understand determinism of the world
I could have used a *little* more information about him, but hey :P
When we choose something, we affirm the value of our choice because we have chosen it above other choices
When we choose something for ourselves, we should choose it for all people.
We must be consistent in our interpretations of moral situations regardless of whom the agent is.
Logic cannot help us specific situations
Making conscious moral choices is more significant than consistently following moral guidelines
The conflict between the interests of two people is in the end, irresolvable
Yeah, that works.