The Ethical Basis of the State by Norman Wilde

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  • Ethics & Moral Philosophy,
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Number of Pages244
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ISBN 101417911468
ISBN 109781417911462

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This book is a study of some of the ethical aspects of the problem of the State. It contains no plan for social or political salvation, and therefore may seem to have no excuse for existence. It has seemed to me, however, desirable that before we attempt to reform or abolish the State, we should have as clear an idea as possible of the nature.

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