By Terry Brooks
As a Knight of the observe, John Ross has struggled opposed to the darkish forces of the Void and his minions for twenty-five years. The grim destiny he desires every one night-- a global lowered to blood and ashes--will come real, except he can cease them now, within the present.
The beginning of a gypsy morph, a unprecedented and unsafe creature that may be a useful weapon in his struggle opposed to the Void, brings John Ross and Nest Freemark jointly back. two times sooner than, with the destiny of the area putting within the stability, the lives of Ross and Nest have intersected. jointly, they've got prevailed. But now they're going to face an old evil past something they've got ever encountered, a demon of ruthless intelligence and feral cunning. As a firestorm of evil erupts, threatening to devour lives and shatter desires, they've got yet a unmarried probability to unravel the secret of the Gypsy morph--and their very own profound connection.
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Even a negative formulation of the principle of utility will not avoid this kind of moral totalitarianism if it requires action to minimise suffering. In most ordinary situations of morally acceptable conduct there is probably something more that the agent could have done to achieve this end than he did. What is needed is a limited negative formulation of the principle which lays down that every action that reduces the general happiness should be avoided, unless every possible alternative would reduce it still more.
The two trivial objections are that utilitarianism is godless and that it 'renders men cold and unsympathetic' by fixing their attention on the consequences of actions rather than on the characters of their agents. The example of Paley was available to show that as long as God moves in an unmysterious way, as long as his benevolence consists in a desire for his creatures' happiness in a sense that they can recognise and understand, God's commands can be shown to coincide with the dictates of the principles of utility.
But for A to have the consequences X is only a rational expectation if it is generally the case that acts of kind A have consequences of kind X. The reasoning required for a rational 49 expectation that a particular act of kind A will have good consequences is inevitably sufficient to establish the rule that acts of kind A are right or, in a comparative case of the sort I started from, that an act of kind A is right as against an act of kind B. It is now easy to see that it is not essential to the argument that the rightness of an action should be defined in terms of its rationally expectable consequences.
Angel Fire East (The Word and the Void Trilogy, Book 3) by Terry Brooks