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Identify what you take to be necessary conditions for being a good person (possible examples: being honest, being sympathetic towards others, being Identify what you take to be necessary conditions for being a good person
(possible examples: being honest, being sympathetic towards others, being
conscientious, acting with good intentions). Why do you think that these
are necessary conditions? Apply you
r proposed analysis to at least one of
the case studies in Bennett’s article: given your proposed analysis of a
good person, was Huck, Himmler, and/or Edwards a good person? Why
or why not? Did the application get you an unexpected result? If so, what
shou
ld we conclude? (E.g., does your original analysis need amendment,
or should we change our view of the individual? Or perhaps: should we
give up on the notion of good/bad people?).

Identify what you take to be necessary conditions for being a good person (possible examples: being honest, being sympathetic towards others, being Identify what you take to be necessary conditions for being a good person
(possible examples: being honest, being sympathetic towards others, being
conscientious, acting with good intentions). Why do you think that these
are necessary conditions? Apply you
r proposed analysis to at least one of
the case studies in Bennett’s article: given your proposed analysis of a
good person, was Huck, Himmler, and/or Edwards a good person? Why
or why not? Did the application get you an unexpected result? If so, what
shou
ld we conclude? (E.g., does your original analysis need amendment,
or should we change our view of the individual? Or perhaps: should we
give up on the notion of good/bad people?).

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