Human Nature, Morality and the State

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Xlibris Corporation, 2005 - Fiction - 152 pages
This book is about human nature and human behavior. In it, the author explores in understandable language the sources and patterns of human behavior, the evolution and characteristics of standards of proper behavior, and the societal institutions that articulate and enforce those standards, which are called morality. He examines in particular the role of modern government with respect to morality.

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