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Mangled Morality By Dianne Khan
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A highly explicit and very graphic tale of a young woman who was sexually abused as a child and finds herself in a very abusive and violent relationship. The long term effects of being sexually... More > abused as a child are overwhelming, permanent and sometimes unexplainable.< Less
The Morals (Moralia) By Plutarch
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The Moralia include On the Fortune or the Virtue of Alexander the Great—an important adjunct to his Life of the great general—On the Worship of Isis and Osiris (a crucial source of... More > information on Egyptian religious rites), and On the Malice of Herodotus (which may, like the orations on Alexander's accomplishments, have been a rhetorical exercise), in which Plutarch criticizes what he sees as systematic bias in the Father of History's work; along with more philosophical treatises, such as On the Decline of the Oracles, On the Delays of the Divine Vengeance, On Peace of Mind and lighter fare, such as Odysseus and Gryllus, a humorous dialog between Homer's Odysseus and one of Circe's enchanted pigs. The Moralia were composed first, while writing the Lives occupied much of the last two decades of Plutarch's own life.< Less
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Little Morals By William Chretien
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It's the 1960s at St. Peter's parochial school and young William relates tales of war, nuns, and the mysteries of religion and girls as he and his mates struggle through their eight years of grammar... More > school.< Less
On the Morals of the Manicheans By Saint Augustine
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Saint Augustine was a Latin philosopher and theologian from the Africa Province of the Roman Empire and is generally considered as one of the greatest Christian thinkers of all times. His writings... More > were very influential in the development of Western Christianity. According to his contemporary Jerome, Augustine "established anew the ancient Faith." In his early years he was heavily influenced by Manichaeism and afterward by the Neo-Platonism of Plotinus. After his conversion to Christianity and his baptism in 387, Augustine developed his own approach to philosophy and theology, accommodating a variety of methods and different perspectives. He believed that the grace of Christ was indispensable to human freedom, and he framed the concepts of original sin. Augustine developed the concept of the Catholic Church as a spiritual City of God, distinct from the material Earthly City. Augustine's City of God was closely identified with the Church, the community that worshiped the Trinity.< Less
THE CRUSOE MORALITY By Bart Wolffe
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A perfect set of poems written with delightful irony, depicting loneliness, relationships, regrets. This neat collection employs the metaphor of Robinson Crusoe with a fresh and original approach to ... More > the absurdities of life. A most enjoyable read, an ideal little gift of a book to treasure.< Less
Moral Compass By John Stafki
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The life of George P. Stafki.
ROUSSEAU ON WILL AND MORALITY By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. The latter was the name given to the period from about 1650 till late in the... More > eighteenth century when the leading thinkers of both England and France were inspired by a faith in the power of human reason to achieve a final understanding of the universe and to provide a rational guide for human conduct. It is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less
Rousseau on Will and Morality By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. Rousseau’s works bear all the marks of an intensely emotional faith in... More > the truth of the principles which he advocates. This characteristic made his writings highly elective as propaganda, although they are without the careful logic of the rationalists. Thus, it is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less

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