About Good


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About Good

In coin collecting, describing a well-worn coin that has only an outline (perhaps a faint outline) of its original features. These generally are not worth very much. See also: Numismatics.
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Schumer's Group of 35 is a good idea and would bring about good results.
While the dissenters claim to be balancing competing goods, the secular argument is not about goods at all: it says quite bluntly, "if you don't contracept, bad things will happen." It is utilitarian, pure and simple (Editor: Utilitarians are people who view things and actions principally in the light of whether or not they are "useful".) But as Janet Smith argues, the dissenters are also utilitarian: to "balance competing goods" amounts to doing a cost-benefit analysis.