Reflections on human nature.

Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [1961] .

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Subjects Anthropologie philosophique.
Description 275 pages 19 cm
Copyright Date [1961]
Contents The self- appraisal of man -- The theory of human nature in the American constitution and the method of counterpoise -- The desires of the self-conscious animal -- Approbativeness as the universal, distinctive, and dominant passion of man -- The "love of praise" as the indispensable substitute for "reason and virtue" in Seventeenth and Eighteenth century theories of human nature -- Approbativeness and "pride" in political and economic thought -- The indictment of pride -- Some ethical reflections.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)371255
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WorldCat Identities Lovejoy, Arthur O. 1873-1962.
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