because of its fitness to attain some proposed end; it is good only through its
willing, i. e., it is good in itself. When it is considered in itself, then it is be
esteemed very much higher than anything which it might ever bring about
Even if, by seine especially fate er by the niggardly kind
merely in order fervor some inclination, er even the sum total of all
provision of stepmother's nature, this will should be wholly lacking in the
power to accomplish its purpose; if with the greatest effort it should , Define
achieve nothing, and only the good will should remain (not, to be sure, as Add Note
mere wish but as the summoning of all the means in our power), yet We Translate
it, like a jewel, still shine by its own light as something which has its Copy
value in itself. Its usefulness er fruitlessness can neither augment It Search Book
diminish this value. Its usefulness would be, as it were, only the setting
enable us to handle it in ordinary dealings er attract to it the attention
those whe are not yet experts, but not to recommend it to real experts er I I I I
determine its value.
But there is something so strange in this idea of the absolute value of a
mere will, in which accaunt is taken of any useful results, that in spite of
all the agreement received even feom ordinary reasen, yet there must arise
the suspicion that such an idea may perhaps have as its hidden basis merely
seine fancy, and that we may have misunderstood the purpose of
nature in assigning to reasen the governing  of our will. Therefore, this
idea will be examined hem this point of view.
l. not generous, stingy.
serving out the rations with a niggaville hand"
cheeseparing. grasping. ungenerous. illiberal: More
fogerty arthas' c
l. in a stingy or meager manner.
Well at least its consistent