Hume thinks that sentiment is extremely important in considering our motivation for moral action – please give a short explanation of the role that it plays for him, giving a specific example as to how we might be motivated in the way he says. How does this tie into the virtues that he identifies? Does this offer us a compelling account of morality and, especially, moral motivation? Are they any possible criticisms one might make of his account, or of the way he explains the specific virtues? Why or why not?
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