Ethics and Modern Thought
by Rudolf Eucken
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons 1913
Number of pages: 154
In our days morality has ceased to be a matter of unquestionable certainty, and has been drawn into the wave of disintegration which is passing over our minds. This text appeals less to students and philosophers than to the cultured public at large.
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