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Volume 63 (2008), 3


Filozofia, 63 (2008), 3, 240-251.

Duns Scotus argues that the will has a bent for the pleasant, by the help of which the humans want to reach some benefits for them, as well as a bent for justice, on the ground of which humans are able to love independently of their own benefits. It is the objective justice, which establishes the moral good of a practical act. The moral good is in full accordance… Čítať ďalej

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