Every moral theory developed in the Western tradition purports to tell us what a good life is.
However, most people would judge someone who perfectly embodied the ideals of any one
of these theories not to be living a good life—the kind of life they would want for
themselves and their children. The statements above, if true, most strongly support which
one of the following?
A) Most people desire a life for themselves and their children that is better than a merely good
b) A person who fits the ideals of one moral theory in the Western tradition would not
necessarily fit the ideals of another.
c) Most people have a conception of a good life that does not match that of any moral theory in
the Western tradition.
d) A good life as described by moral theories in the Western tradition cannot be realized.
e) It is impossible to develop a theory that accurately describes what a good life is.
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