Immorality - Studies in Moral, Political, and Legal Philosophy by Ronald Dmitri Milo
This book explores a largely neglected area of moral philosophy - the type of immorality. Ronald de Mello questions the adequacy of Aristotle's proposal to have two basic types of…
This book explores a largely neglected area of moralphilosophy - the type of immorality. Ronald de Mello questions the adequacy of Aristotle's proposal to have two basic types of debauchery - evil and moral weakness - and argue that we must distinguish at least six different types of immoral behaviors. Originally published in 1984.
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