Thomas Reid Quote

It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to be right, and to which he was influenced, more or less, by that belief.


Essays on the Active Powers of Man (ed. 1788)

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It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to...

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It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to...

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It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to...

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It appears evident, therefore, that those actions only can truly be called virtuous, and deserving of moral approbation, which the agent believed to...