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Integrity and moral relativism

Responsibility by Samuel Fleischacker
Series Philosophy of history and culture ; v. 10
Material Type Book
Publisher Leiden ; New York : E.J. Brill
Year 1992
Language English
Size x, 259 p. ; 25 cm.
Abstract "Integrity and Moral Relativism" draws on literary, philosophical and historical resources to demonstrate how Western society can use its own traditions to distinguish legitimate from illegitimate judgement, and legitimate from illegitimate cultural self-criticism. As long as there is a language for these possibilities, the book argues, an individual can see ethics as culturally based without compromising his or her own integrity. show more


LETTERS, Research Room 005212009010197 倫理/E-20/823 1992

Bibliographic details

Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors *Fleischacker, Samuel
Subjects LCSH:Ethical relativism
Classification LCC:BJ1031
ID 1001415801
ISBN 9004095268
NCID BA14190236
Vol ISBN:9004095268
Created Date 2010.03.05
Modified Date 2010.03.05

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