By Richard B. Brandt
Constructing the idea that of an ethical code and defining "Morally correct" activities through rational people, this booklet discusses vital conventional philosophical inquiries approximately what's strong and all the way through analyses of latest mental theories of motion and motivation.
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A Theory of the Good and Right by Richard B. Brandt