Addressing Moral Character: The Works of Plato, Mill, and Nietzsche Essay by Master Researcher

Addressing Moral Character: The Works of Plato, Mill, and Nietzsche
Presents the views of several key philosophers on the issue right-doing and wrong-doing.
# 32668 | 650 words | 5 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 20, 2003 in Philosophy (General)


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The issue of a fundamental knowledge between the qualities of right- doing and wrong- doing is found in many works of philosophy, where the authors suggest that there is an awareness of these qualities within the human being. This paper briefly presents several key philosophers and their views on these intrinsic qualities. Personal views are presented to support this text.

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