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This is a discussion on Do Intentions Count? within the Critical Thinking & Philosophy forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Originally Posted by Ti Dominant So even if someone can't be faulted for inadvertently causing an accident, the fact that ...
Hence, speaking about intentions holding weight without regard for actions just seems to be a giant strawman, because no one's saying anything remotely similar to that.
I do apologize.Maybe you could have written something more positive...
Perhaps you just worded what you meant incorrectly. You seem to agree.
Yet, what did you mean about outcomes mattering most? That seems to contrast what you're now saying...
Intentions come from the heart.
An Islamic saying;
''If it is reformed, the whole body becomes good, but if it gets spoilt the whole body gets spoilt; indeed it is the heart.”
Intent! It’s Fucking Magic! « Genderbitch: Musings of a Trans Chick This pretty much sums it up for me, plus it's amusing to read.
I'm pretty sure that 2's already been answered. That's my two cents on 1.