The Price of Morality, Hardback Book

The Price of Morality Hardback


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Originally published in 1961, this book defines the specific traits and describes the concrete qualities of moral action.

It denotes the boundaries and discusses the conflicts which arise between the aims of moral goodness and those of pure religiosity, personal and historic grandeur and creative excellence.

The theories of theologians like Barth and Brunner among others, and the maximalist theories of Nietzsche and his disciples and certain existentialists are contrasted with Kant's essay on pure ethics.


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