Their morals and ours: the class foundations of moral practice
Explains how morality is rooted in the interests of contending social classes. With a reply by the pragmatist philosopher John Dewey and a Marxist answer to Dewey by George Novack.
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Their Morals and Ours by Leon Trotsky
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