Kant's Very Large Morality Handbook

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ISBN-13 : 9780954842130

Page : 82 pages

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Humorous and accessible guide to the big hitter of moral philosophy. Deciding what is right or wrong has been made increasingly difficult in the expansion of society's moral vistas - tolerance to an extent breeds uncertainty about morals and what in the past has been clearly wrong in societal terms is now acceptable. Provocative, amusing and solidly based on the tenets of a very large thinker, the Morality Handbook brings a modern light to a timeless subject.

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