The ultimate end of human beings. This point about incommensurability has emerged as central to the defense of the possibility of free choice, especially in recent work by Boyle.
All of these theories are a form of psychotherapy. To be most useful, a counseling theory should be parsimonious yet comprehensive enough to include known related empirical findings. New Classical Natural Law theory, is the name given a particular revival and revision of Thomistic Natural Law theory, initiated in the s by Germain Grisez.
In reality, parents, teachers, and administrators determine when counseling has been effective. Further foundational considerations were defended by Grisez, Finnis, and Boyle in several books and articles, and in essays written individually by the three thinkers.
Third, and in consequence of the first two points, the judgments of practical reason in recognizing the basic goods and directing agents to pursuit of those goods are not yet moral. That is to say, there is no natural hierarchy of goodness such that one good may be said to offer all the good of another plus more.
All expenditures in a school have to be justified, demonstrating a change in externalizing behaviors is one way to do this.