Ethics and moral reasoning

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    What is the difference between an internal good and an external good according to Maclyntyre's account?

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    Internal good comes from feeling good about ourselves. We are proud of ourselves.

    External good comes from others -- such as social status and money.

    http://pluslife.minuslife.net/internal-goods--external-goods

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    Hill would claim that a lack of aestheic perception

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