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|¿Qué significa 'buena voluntad'?|
|Authors: ||Alvira, R. (Rafael)|
|Issue Date: ||2000|
|Citation: ||Anuario Filosófico 2000 (33), 723-734|
A good will is not so much an “ethical concept” as one that refers to the nucleus of human existence and the meaning of life. If the intellect is a function of identity, the will is a function of otherness. Together, the intellect and the will render an account of that arcane principle of all reality which is unity-diversity or limit. Such arcana is manifested in the following: the intellect is the limit of the will and the will is the limit of the intellect. The perfection of the will -the will that becomes good- requires self-knowledge. In order to give an account of the other I have to take myself seriously and realize that I only know myself through the other. A good will, therefore, has many other related dimensions aside from that of love and respect.
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