Conscience and its recovery: from the Frankfurt School to feminism

Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia (1993)
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The lack of moral conscience in contemporary society is frequently noted and lamented, but how valid is the idea of "conscience" today? Does it have a referent, or is the concept merely rhetorical? Guyton B. Hammond proposes in this book that the concept is valid, but that for its utopian possibilities to be recovered it must be revised.



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