What Really Matters: Living a Moral Life Amidst Uncertainty and Danger

OUP Usa (2007)
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Through arresting narratives we meet a woman aiding refugees in sub-Saharan Africa, facing the chaos of a meaningless society and a doctor trying to stay alive during Mao's cultural revolution - individuals challenged by their societies and in existential moral experiences that define what it means to be human
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