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Moral Mind: A Study of What it is to be Human (Societas) Paperback – 18 Oct 2005


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  • Paperback: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Societas (18 Oct. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184540016X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1845400163
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1 x 20.8 cm
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,971,435 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Review

"Marking a true advance in the discussion of evolutionary explanations of morality, this book is highly recommended for all collections."--David Gordon "Library Journal "

"An extremely sensible little book. It does what I'm always trying to do myself says things that are really rather obvious, but which have somehow got forgotten and become invisible."--Mary Midgley"

"A stimulating introduction to the questions about conscience and morality that continue to hover over a the investigation of the moral sense by philosophers and scientists."--Albert D. Spalding "Metapsychology "

"I recommend this book."--Edward P. Echlin "Fourth World Review "

"This is an engaging, nicely targeted, and for its purposes well informed little book... written in a very easily accessible style... welcome for readers having little or no specialized acquaintance with current moral exchanges... well recommended."--Paul D. Janz "Theology "

"An extremely sensible little book. It does what I'm always trying to do myself says things that are really rather obvious, but which have somehow got forgotten and become invisible."--Mary Midgley"

"This is an engaging, nicely targeted, and for its purposes well informed little book... written in a very easily accessible style... welcome for readers having little or no specialized acquaintance with current moral exchanges... well recommended."--Paul D. Janz "Theology "

"I recommend this book."--Edward P. Echlin "Fourth World Review "

"A stimulating introduction to the questions about conscience and morality that continue to hover over a the investigation of the moral sense by philosophers and scientists."--Albert D. Spalding "Metapsychology "

"Marking a true advance in the discussion of evolutionary explanations of morality, this book is highly recommended for all collections."--David Gordon "Library Journal "

Review

"Marking a true advance in the discussion of evolutionary explanations of morality, this book is highly recommended for all collections."

(David Gordon Library Journal)

"An extremely sensible little book. It does what I'm always trying to do myself ― says things that are really rather obvious, but which have somehow got forgotten and become invisible."

(Mary Midgley)

"A stimulating introduction to the questions about conscience and morality that continue to hover over a the investigation of the moral sense by philosophers and scientists."

(Albert D. Spalding Metapsychology)

"Although the author is a Christian, the book seeks out the common ground that can be widely shared by people of different beliefs."

(Network Review)

"I recommend this book."

(Edward P. Echlin Fourth World Review)

"This is an engaging, nicely targeted, and for its purposes well informed little book... written in a very easily accessible style... welcome for readers having little or no specialized acquaintance with current moral exchanges... well recommended."

(Paul D. Janz Theology)

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