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By contrast with the maxim of the lying promise, we can easilyconceive of adopting a maxim of refusing to develop any of our talentsin a world in which that maxim is a universal law of nature. It wouldundoubtedly be a world more primitive than our own, but pursuing sucha policy is still conceivable in it. However, it is not, Kant argues,possible to rationally will this maxim in such a world. The argumentfor why this is so, however, is not obvious, and some of Kant'sthinking seems hardly convincing: Insofar as we are rational, he says,we already necessarily will that all of our talents and abilities bedeveloped. Hence, although I can conceive of a talentless world, Icannot rationally will that it come about, given I already will,insofar as I am rational, that I develop all of my own. Yet, givenlimitations on our time, energy and interest, it is difficult to seehow full rationality requires us to aim to fully develop literally allof our talents. Indeed, it seems to require much less, a judiciouspicking and choosing among one's abilities. Further, all that isrequired to show that I cannot will a talentless world is that,insofar as I am rational, I necessarily will that some talentin me be developed, not the dubious claim that I rationally will thatthey all be developed. Moreover, suppose rationality didrequire me to aim at developing all of my talents. Then, there seemsto be no need to go further in the CI procedure to show that refusingto develop talents is immoral. Given that, insofar as we are rational,we must will to develop capacities, it is by this very fact irrationalnot to do so.
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There are often terms in a last will and testamentdealing with how a lapsed child's share will be distributed. Commonly, theproperty of a lapsed heir will become part of the residuary estate and bedistributed according to the terms of the residuary clause in the will.