Heart and Mind by Mary Midgley
The Varieties of Moral Experience (Routledge Classics)

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With a new introduction by the author. It is a book of superb spirit and style, more entertaining than a work of philosophy has any right to be.’ – Times Literary Supplement. Throughout our lives we are making moral choices. Some decisions simply direct our everyday comings and goings; others affect our individual destinies. How do we make those choices? Where does our sense of right and wrong come from, and how can we make more informed decisions? In clear, entertaining prose Mary Midgley takes us to the heart of the matter: the human experience that is central to all decision-making. First published: 1983.
 

About Mary Midgley

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Mary Midgley is retired but was professor of philosophy at the University of Newcastle until 1980. She is one of the best known and most popular philosophers of her generation and the author of eight books, all published by Roultedge. The best known include Wickedness and Beast and Man, both in Routledge Classics.
 
Published December 16, 2003 by Routledge. 239 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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