What is the qualitative difference between the good that is done, the good that is experienced, and the good that is observed? What is the quantitative difference?
Is the thing that measures the good he who measures it (for he is measured)?
Is this door the right way out but the wrong way in? Is it the wrong way in but the right way out? Is it the right way in and the right way out? Is it the wrong way out and the wrong way in?
At which point does up become down?
Does the good change because it is known? Can the good change without being known?
Once a good is known how does it alter the knower? Is this an existential or an ontological question?
Is the way in which knowledge is known altered with the knower?