How Skeptics Do Ethics : A Brief History of the Late Modern Linguistic Turn (Paperback)

Author: Neal, Aubrey

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Enlightenment philosophers are often credited with formulating challenging theories about humankind and society, and in our postmodern age, we still live with some of the very same compelling, contentious, and often unresolved questions they posed. Author Aubrey Neal suggests that one such issue that still lingers today is skepticism, and in How Skeptics Do Ethics, he unravels the thread of this philosophy from its origins in enlightenment thinking down to our present age.

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Publisher Univ of Calgary Pr
Mfg Part# 9781552382028
SKU 203975419
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1552382028
Release Date 4/30/2007
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