The view that moral judgments relate primarily or most properly to motives will be more fully discussed in chap. xii. of this Book. ========= I use these alternative terms in order to avoid the Free Will Controversy. ========= Many religious persons would probably say that the motive of obedience or love to God was the highest. But those who take this view would generally say that obedience and love are due to God as a Moral Being, possessing the attributes of Infinite Wisdom and Goodness, and not otherwise: and if so, these religious motives would seem to be substantially identical with regard for duty and love of virtue, though modified and complicated by the addition of emotions belonging to relations between persons.

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