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PHENOMENOLOGICAL ETHICS: An Introduction

The book presents a clear exposition of the phenomenological analysis of ethical values and morality as developed by two noted German thinkers of the twentieth century – Nicolai Hartmann and Max Scheler. In doing so, the author also deals with the phenomenological critique of Kantian formalism which helps delineate the phenomenological perspective on values.
The book will be helpful not only for those who are interested in phenomenological ethics but also for the lay readers who may be concerned with the problems of ethical nature in life.

760.00

Edition

2008 Hardcover

ISBN

8131601935

Pages

180

Author

Benulal Dhar

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