Intention and Identity: Collected Essays Volume Ii

Oxford University Press (2011)

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John Finnis
Oxford University
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Intention and Identity presents John Finnis's accounts of personal existence; group identity and common good; and the moral significance of personal intention. Joining conceptual analysis with ethical problems surrounding the beginning and end of life, the papers show the power of a neglected aspect of Finnis's natural law theory
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