Arguing that the prevalence of evil presents a fundamental problem for our secular sensibility, John Kekes develops a conception of character-morality as a response. He shows that the main sources of evil are habitual, unchosen actions produced by our character defects and that we can increase our control over the evil we cause by cultivating a reflective temper.
|Paperback Book, 264 pages||English|
|Princeton University Press (Feb. 15th, 1993)||Unknown|
|9780691020952||6.00 x 9.22 x 0.60 inches|
|Good and Evil Philosophy|