Cornell University Press (2000)

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John Kekes
Union College
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Introduction : At a turning point -- Everyday life -- Modes of reflection -- Philosophical problems -- The pluralistic approach -- The meaning of life -- The possibility of free action -- The place of morality in good lives -- The art of life -- The nature of human self-understanding --Conclusion : The human world.
Keywords Life  Pluralism
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Call number BD435.K37 2000
ISBN(s) 0801438055   9780801438059
DOI 10.1093/mind/111.441.126
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