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Hume's Moral Theory - J. L. MacKie


Hume's moral theory was the most important contribution to the sustained debate among the British Moralists of the 17th and 18th centuries. J. L. Mackie's classic text examines this debate and provide



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Hume's Moral Theory - J. L. MacKie


Hume's moral theory was the most important contribution to the sustained debate among the British Moralists of the 17th and 18th centuries. J. L. Mackie's classic text examines this debate and provide