Searching for a Common Morality in the Global Age: The Proceedings of the International Conference on Moral Science in 2002
Lancer's Books in Association with Institute of Moralogy, Kashiwa-Shi, Japan (2004)
AbstractComm[o]n morality in the global age -- Chikuro Hiroike's contribution to comm[o]n morality -- Comm[o]n morality and world ethics.
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