Consider any one or two of the moral maxims with which McGinn concludes
his chapter. What does the maxim have to do with a life of virtue, if
anything? Be especially wary of any maxims that seem facile but perhaps
wrong-headed. answer 1 Paragraph
McGinn's maxims -
1. If you want someone to do something, persuade them, don't make them
2. Never allow the low standards of others to lower your own standards
Maxims are rule of thumbs or guide for living. More often than not, its beneficial to live by them. However we should use discretion while understanding their contextual applicability.
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