goals" as the "good for which all otherrnputative goods must serve as mere tools."rnAlthough Charles Taylor believes thisrnfulfillment involves "something" thatrn"has significance independent of ourrndesires," like other communitarians hisrnrelativism compels him to "reject anyrnformulation of" that "something" or ofrn"the goals of life that transcend developmentrnof our individual . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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