By Peter Kreeft
What might Socrates Do?: The historical past of ethical concept and Ethics
The act of distinguishing among correct and mistaken, and to behave accordingly-that is, the pursuit of a considerate existence, well-lived-is a center element of the human adventure. "The unavoidability of ethics," as Professor Peter Kreeft places it, kinds the foundation of this interesting set of lectures, which explores the background of ethical proposal and ethics by way of interpreting millennia of proper philosophical and non secular texts.
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