‘The greater good’ is a phrase commonly encountered and one that almost always arouses mixed reactions among its listeners. Among its more noteworthy users are politicians, religious figures, reformists and other influential people often charged with the well-being of a society or even a nation. ‘The greater good’ can, in its simplest sense, be defined as something that has greater value for the people, something that the people can derive greater benefits from.
The phrase can be used to promote one viewpoint over other viewpoints on the argument that the proposed viewpoint is, on the whole, better for the people, in other words ‘for the greater good’. As we will see, the phrase has been used for so many different purposes and in such varied contexts that a definition for this phrase is often not as clear as the black-and-white explanation given previously.
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