Morality and Self-Interest in Protagoras, Antiphon, and Democritus

E.J. Brill (1985)
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION One of Plato's major concerns in his moral theory was to show that acting morally benefits agents and promotes their self-interest. ...
Keywords Ethics, Ancient
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Call number B305.P84.N55 1985
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