A system of moral philosophy, in three books

9781179602264: A system of moral philosophy, in three books

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Published posthumously in 1755, this two-volume set offers the most comprehensive account of the moral and political philosophy of Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746), often described as the father of the Scottish Enlightenment. The volumes examine whether and how individual natural rights derive from an innate understanding of moral behaviour.

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Mr. Peach is Professor of Philosophy at Duke University.

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