SUNY Press (1985)
|Abstract||This book is about free will and the relativity of values, two topics that seem to have little in common beyond the fact that both have been the subject of ...|
|Keywords||Ethics Free Will Indeterminism Morality Power Practical Reason Relativism Value|
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