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  • Print publication year: 2020
  • Online publication date: October 2020

Question 1, Article 1 - Whether it belongs to man to act for an end?

from Question 1 - Man’s Ultimate Purpose

Summary

In either of two ways, one might deny that it is characteristically human to act for an end or aim. The more moderate way to deny the proposition is to suggest that man does not always act for an end. This is the approach taken in Objections 2 and 3. The more radical way is to suggest that man never acts for an end, but only seems to. This is the approach taken in Objection 1.

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