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The Supreme Good imparts to the intellect the power to perceive, and gives intelligibility to the intelligible. God, the essential and supreme Good, can impart nothing that is not good.
This view leads to the inference that the origin of evil lies beyond the control of God.
Whether Plato held that other ideas exist in God as in their proper dwelling-place is not quite clear.
Aristotle so interpreted Plato ; and it is very likely that Aristotle was better qualified to understand Plato's meaning than were subsequent philosophers who have disputed his interpretation.
"Good" is one of those primary ideas which cannot be strictly defined.