In "New Visions on Old Views; Philosophical Essays". Outskirts Press, Inc.. pp. 106 (2021)

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The endeavor of this proposal seeks to engage the intellect in a new perspective of Moral along those characteristic operations of human nature/faculties elucidated to periodically delineate -in accordance with a theoretical framework-, the evolutional outcome of four distinct sets of free willed actions capable of denoting the gradual advancement of conduct, herein deemed as the universal path to moral conduct. In addition, the distinctive particularities defining the singularities of their outcome were perceived to duly sustain the moral guidance that the course of humanity has so far proved to so direly need.
Keywords Moral Philosophy   Philosophy of Mind   Free Willed Actions   Human Conduct   Consciousness
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