Talmud, mishna, and other sources reference "maasim tovim" (good deeds) in many places (Avos 4:17 is one example). Do any sources define what this term actually includes?
Some of the possible options are:
Does it include only specific mitzvos to the exclusion of others (for example, only mitzvos ben adam lechavero vs. ben adam leMakom?)
Perhaps it includes general good deeds that are not categorized under any of the 613 mitzvos?
Perhaps it is an all-encompasing synonym for all 613 mitzvos? How would this mesh with the fact that the common expression "leTorah...uleMaasim Tovim" appears to exclude learning Torah from "maasim tovim?"