By John Panteleimon Manoussakis
The Ethics of Time takes heavily phenomenology's declare of a cognizance either constituting time and being constituted through time. This declare has a few vital implications for the "ethical” self or, relatively, for the ways that this kind of self trained via time, may perhaps come to appreciate anew the issues of imperfection and moral goodness. even if a strictly philosophical endeavour, this publication engages knowledgeably and deftly with matters throughout literature, theology and the humanities and may be of curiosity to students all through those disciplines.
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