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Boethius and Good Substance
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Name Instructor Date Task How Can Substances Be Good in Virtue of the Fact That They Have Being When They Are Not Substantial Goods? The theory brought about by Boethius tries to lay plain the various differences that exist between things that exist in the universe.
This is only made true by belief in the mundane human assumption that all substances that exist in the universe always tend towards the good. The theory differentiates the primal existence of substances from the role that existing substance play towards the overall good. Therefore goodness is seen as an embodiment of things and cannot be measured according to participation towards good (McDonald, 18). The basic assumption that individuals have is that all the substances that exist in the world are good. This is grounded on the common understanding between people. This depends on individuals conceptions of the learned and the unlearned which can be that everything goes towards its like which is either be good or evil. Substances that are purported to be good by participation are not good themselves since they always strive towards perfection. Moreover, substances that strive towards goodness are in themselves not good because they do not struggle to posses what they have (evil) but strive to reach for goodness. Substances that are good in virtue do not always tend towards goodness but are in themselves good. The goodness is found in its being and thus cannot be compared to any level of goodness that is strived for through participation. ...
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