Leaving Morality Where It Is: Contingency and the Particularistic Approach to Morality

Lexington Books (2005)
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Leaving Morality Where It Is describes and thinks through every facet of the debate in moral theory, especially as it has played out between Kantian and Eudaimonist camps. It is an indispensable work for philosophers in general and ethicists in particular

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Daniel Patrone
State University of New York, Oneonta

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