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Sense of life,
what makes life worth living
Worth. Value, importance>
Ethic is the enquiry into what
is good.
  Ethic is the enquiry into what
is valuable.
  Ethic is if anything the natural
science of value.
  Distinction between relative & abso-
lute value. Examples.
  Statements of relat<i>ve value, goodness
or importance are statement of
facts which are in no way problematic.
   [K|C]ontrast to judgments of absolute
value. Att<i>tude of the Judge to the
  No Statement of fact is or implies
an absolute judgment.
  Science & the whole realm of
propositions contains no absolute
no ethical judgment.
  Still let us investigate such absolute
judgments & that we can only do by
investigating the cases where we are
tempted to make absolute judgements.
  I will describe an experience which I allways must think about when I want to know what I mean by <…> abso
lute importance. The experience of won
dering at the world at the Existence of the World.
  Let us analyse this verbal expres
sion of my experience. It is nonsense.
  Expression of existence & possibility