Self-deception and morality

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University Press of Kansas, 1986 - Philosophy - 177 pages

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Goes BEYOND JP Sartre (to Kant, et al.) to explore the many dimensions of dishonesty (to self and to others - and to generations of persons (human and nonhuman) and those not yet born. Is this not one core element in the confluence of generating harm to self and others? Read full review

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Everyone since Socrates has worried about self-deception. But it remains a paradox. If you know that you are deceived by yourself, then you have seen through the deception. If you don't know, then how ... Read full review


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