Tom Green, present-day actor and comic noted for his "gross-out" humor
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Green emphasizes that this approach to ethics, which claims that moral conduct is motivated by a desire for perfection and by a desire for the common good, has practical value when complex moral questions cannot be answered by intuition.
Green argues that the attainment of an object of desire may bring pleasure, but that pleasure is not always the object of desire.
Greens answer is that we do not have to know the nature of the ultimate good in order to make our actions 'better.' We can improve our own conduct, even though we may not be able to fully define the nature of the ultimate good which is the goal of moral conduct.
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