The Risk of Being: What It Means to Be Good and Bad

Pennsylvania State University Press (1997)
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The Risk of Being attempts to forge a new language and a new way of reasoning about what it is like to be good and bad by focusing on existential phenomena that reveal what it means to be good and bad.

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C. Michael Gelven
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