At 07:06 PM 3/5/99 -0500, you wrote:
> If the end don't justify the means, then what does? The results do, all of
>them, both intentional and by-product. I know it was just a tag-on, but I
>wasn't able to resist commenting. Everyone, please continue with your
>regularly scheduled programming.
As a consequentialist, I have to agree here. By "ends" I mean the end results, or total outcome (in the technical sense).
-IF THE END DOESN'T JUSTIFY THE MEANS- -THEN WHAT DOES-