A history of Western morals

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Harcourt, Brace, 1959 - Civilization, Western - 502 pages
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The nature of man's conduct and his ethical principles traced through the centuries, from ancient Egypt to modern America, by a Harvard history professor.

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A history of Western morals

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Brinton was among the most distinguished 20th-century historians of ideas. This 1959 work remains a solid and readable introduction to the history of Western morals. It traces moral thought from the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Ancient Near East
30
Jews and the Greeks
49

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