John Ruskin once wrote: “Seek not the nobleness of the man and hence the

John Ruskin once wrote: “Seek not the nobleness of the man and hence the

John Ruskin once wrote: “Seek not the nobleness of the man and hence the nobleness of the delights, seek the nobleness of the delights and hence the nobleness of the man.” Is there a consensus on this? Does moral goodness automatically derive from sound aesthetic judgment, or is it possible to be virtuous person and still like reality television? --Patrick Tucker

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