(urth) happiness in The Knight

James Wynn thewynns at earthlink.net
Sun Mar 20 21:16:10 PST 2005

>>What is your definition of "well-adjusted"? The word implies an
>>objective goal to which one would "adjust".
>The problem of defining good and evil has not been exactly **unexamined** 
>through history.

That's true. And I don't think we should jettison all that examination with 
the idea that all choices are merely the pursuit of "happiness" which is 
defined as "that which we pursue".

>Within the context of TWK, "well-adjusted" = "following the pattern of the 

And (ideally) the Overcyns follow the pattern of the beings of Kleos.

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