Willis H. Truitt
International Publishers Co.
239 West 23rd St., New York, NY 10011
0717807401 $7.50 www.intpubnyc.com
Written by a Professor of Philosophy of the University of South Florida, Tampa from 1968 to the present, Marxist Ethics: A Short Exposition is a brief yet scholarly examination of Marxism's moral tenets, from the question of determinism to the nexus of morality, politics, and arts to the needs and rights of the individual, why mainstream Anglo-American philosophy does not regard Marxism as a moral perspective worthy of note, and much more. A carefully thought out treatise, especially recommended for advanced political and philosophical studies, as grounded in and relevant to current events as it is in history.
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|Date:||Mar 1, 2005|
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