The Normativity of the Natural Human Goods, Human Virtues, and Human Flourishing /
Western philosophy has long nurtured the hope to resolve moral controversies through reason; thereby to secure moral direction and human meaning without the need for a defining encounter with God or the transcendent. The expectation is for a moral rationality that is universal and able adequately to...
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Philosophical Studies in Contemporary Culture,
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