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Mary Midgley
Newcastle University, UK
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To look into the darkness of the human soul is a frightening venture. Here Mary Midgley does so, with her customary brilliance and clarity. Midgley's analysis proves that the capacity for real wickedness is an inevitable part of human nature. This is not however a blanket acceptance of evil. Out of this dark journey she returns with an offering to us: an understanding of human nature that enhances our very humanity
Keywords Good and evil
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Call number BJ1401.M52 2001
ISBN(s) 0415255511   0415253985   9780415255516   9780415253987   9780203380451   9781138127012
DOI 10.5840/tpm200114129
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