A Naturalistic Theory of Justice: Critical Commentary on, and Selected Readings from, C. I. Lewis' Ethics

Vincent Luizzi
Texas State University
This book is designed to acquaint the reader with C.I. Lewis' ethics by providing critical commentary on Lewis' work in addition to reprinting some of Lewis' writings in ethics. The commentary is not meant to be a substitute for the complete work in ethics that Lewis was preparing before his death but merely a systematic study of some central aspects of his thought in ethics.
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