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When we say the word good what do we mean Do we use good to describe our liking of something only or are there some things that are truly or purely good Take a look at the past 2 hours of your life At what points have you used the word good or a synonym I would guess that your use of the word came from what you liked or didnt like See when we use the word good to describe something we are assigning it personal worth or giving it value Clearly it is good to us but is it good for everyone The rain may be good for the flowers who need to grow but it may be a pain for those trying to commute There will always be situations and things that are good for some and bad for others Therefore there is nothing we can call truly good for there will always be someone or something to step forward and contradict that Frederick Nietzche said that If life is only value then life becomes only a struggle for power He means to say that there would be no universal struggle between good and evil it would every man for himself since the way we have defined good is what we like or want However is it possible for a true good to exist If what we have said about good as values is true then a true good would have to be completely universal true throughout both living and non-living beings However it may not be enough for a good to be universal to become a true good unless the universality is not due to conventionpopular consensus but due to natureit is so and cannot be otherwiseThis true good would be like a natural law and nothing would be able to disprove it or contradict it If even one single being did not have an inclination towards this good it would
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