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Howard Davidson

It is an interesting aspect of some contemporary philosophy that the emphasis is on action or living in an advantageous way. I have nothing against this. But it may be that the higher goods have more to do with “the highest possible being” and not the best actions or experiences. We all shy away from using the word “morality”, but on some level we are actually guided by our own personal morality. I don’t think “happiness” is a higher good. I don’t know what “spirituality” means. Meditation, of some kind, is valuable to those who can do it.

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