|Abstract||The Treatise on Morality aims to put in place a logical framework for how moral philosophy should be perceived and discussed. It boils down certain aspects of morality to mere linguistics, and even goes as far as to delineate how we act into mathematics.|
|Keywords||Actions Consequnces Morality Positive Negative|
|Through your library||Only published papers are available at libraries|
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