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Whether Goodness is Prior in Idea to Being?

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In this article, St. Thomas shows the relation between being and goodness. St. Thomas holds that being is prior to goodness in idea. For, goodness is desirable being. Thus, we must conceive of something as being (at least in signified act) before we can conceive of it as good.

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