Everybody has in innate sense of what is good and what is not. Genghis Khan knew what was good. So did Adolf Hitler. Their idea of the good would likely not be our idea of the good, but they knew what was good, and so do we, we just disagree about how good each other's idea of the good is. How good is the good we call good? Who is to say? How do we know? What standard of measure do we use? Can we agree on any of these things? If not, where does that leave us? Talking about a good other people evaluate as not good! How can what is good be that different among us? Can all of us agree about anything that matters to our life together? Can we live together in ways that everybody likes? Begrudgingly accepts? This makes no sense! Having to reach agreement about the good! One would think good would be foundational! Automatic! Natural! But then, what is good for the tiger is not good at all for the lamb. We shake out according to our idea of the good. And then what? War? What did we do before war? Just move away? Fight or flight? The way of life? We can imagine a world we cannot live in because we do not serve the same idea of the good. And "might makes right"-- which isn't right at all.