A Geography of Good and Evil: Philosophical Investigations

Wilmington, Del.: Isi Books. Edited by Ineke Hardy & Jonathan Price (2009)
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ISI Books' Crosscurrents series makes available in English-usually for the first time-new translations of both classic and contemporary works by authors working within, or with crucial importance for, the conservative, religious, and humanist intellectual traditions. Book jacket.

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