Comments. Morality and the logic of caring / Christine M. Korsgaard ; a thoughtful and reasonable stability / Michael E. Bratman ; socializing Harry [Book Review]
In Harry G. Frankfurt (ed.), Taking Ourselves Seriously & Getting It Right. Stanford University Press (2006)
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