Defining good and evil is the formative project of much art, philosophy, and science. Familiarity with the history of this discussion is crucial to understanding the moral and philosophical climate of the world today, and how to speak to it.
This collection is a window into an important time in this discussion. Respected sociologists, political scientists, and philosophers comment on how “good” has been defined and cultivated through history and in institutions from the family to the state—as well as how evil has been identified and avoided. Ranging from engaging dialogues to detailed philosophical treatises, these resources will add a wealth of information to your library on how humankind has dealt with suffering and defined good throughout history.
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