Moral and political philosophy

New York,: Hafner Pub. Co.. Edited by Henry David Aiken (1948)
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A treatise of human nature, book 3: Of morale; preceded by selections from book 2: Of the passions.--An enquiry concerning the principles of morals.--Essays, moral and political; selections.

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