3 edition of Remarks and observations on the morality and divinity contained in Dr. Free"s certain articles found in the catalog.
Remarks and observations on the morality and divinity contained in Dr. Free"s certain articles
1759 by printed by M. Lewis; and sold by E. Dilly; J. Fuller; J. Robinson, and W. Lepard in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3339, no. 12.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
The reason is that if one believes that some god exists and one wants to please it, then one will behave in a certain way, whether god exists or not. B. One might argue that the belief in a god who will punish and reward us in the afterlife on the basis of our deeds is a necessary component of moral motivation. Joan Didion is one of my favorite writers. Her writing style is barbed and cool. My graduate students and I had a great time last night discussing her On Morality essay in class. Didion makes an interesting claim that morality is not individual. Morality is shared. Morality, at its core, consists of the promises we. With many curious Observations and Remarks, worthy the Notice of Free Masons, and others. By a Pass’d Master. Originally printed in London, in , this reprint has been re-typeset to correct several typographical errors. 32 pages, ISBN , $
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Remarks and observations on the morality and divinity contained in Dr. Free's certain articles: proposed to the Court of Assistants, of the Worshipful Company of Salters. In a letter to the Reverend Dr. Free.
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