Classical Ethics, East and West: Ethics From a Comparative Perspective
|Abstract||This text combines discussions of major classical Western philosophical ethical systems (primarily Greek and Judeo-Christian) and, in equal depth, discussions of three non-Western ethical traditions (Indian Buddhist, Chinese Confucian, and Chinese Taoist) in a multi-cultural historical framework.|
|Keywords||Ethics, Comparative East and West|
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