Chief Ends and Ultimate Ends (Part 2): Supreme Implications

In my last post, I summarized Edwards’ distinctions of various types of ends: chief end, ultimate end, subordinate end, and inferior end. Chief end and inferior end correspond oppositely to each other, while ultimate end and subordinate end correspond oppositely as well. In short, an ultimate end is one that is enjoyed for its own pleasureContinue reading “Chief Ends and Ultimate Ends (Part 2): Supreme Implications”