Philosophy for the Masses: Ethics
by David Bruce
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 199
This book consists of a number of philosophical arguments that I find interesting and that I think that some other people may find interesting. May you be struck by philosophical lightning. My series of books on interesting philosophical arguments mainly consist of notes in essay form that I have made on the various books...
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