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|Description:||viii, 139 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Evil and negativity : sharpening the pragmatic method --
The moral luck, reward, and punishment of a sick soul --
A suffering God and post-Holocaust pragmatism --
A metaphilosophical conclusion.
|Series Title:||Palgrave pivot.|
While moral philosophy has traditionally been understood as an examination of the good life, this book argues that ethical inquiry should, rather, begin from an examination of evil and other 'negative' moral concepts, such as guilt and suffering.
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