from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as eudemonistic.
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A way is now present to describe adequately the nature of moral good as opposed to eudemonological good.
Moral good, says Rosmini, is found when the will adheres to what is good according to the order of being; eudemonological or utilitarian good is what is desired as good for the individual, without reference to what is good in itself.