Navigating right and wrong: ethical decision making in a pluralistic age
This concise and readable book uses the question of obligation to the law as a stepping-off point to a more general discussion of deciding what's right and wrong. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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Without Justice What Are Kingdoms
What Counts as Justice?
Which Is the House of True Morality?
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