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Ends and Means: An Inquiry Into the Nature of Ideals by Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman - Paperback
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Ends and Means: An Inquiry Into the Nature of Ideals by Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman - Paperback

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Psychology & Philosophy
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9781412847445
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Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman
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Contemporary intellectuals still struggle over the relationship of ends to means, especially in political discourse. Pacifism is still an important topic today, as terrorism and dictatorial states abound. Many will find solace in Ends and Means, while others will find the book only a case study of the relationship of ethics to politics. Aldous Huxley examines common issues in a unique ...

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    Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman
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    9781412847445
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    English
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    Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman
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    Contemporary intellectuals still struggle over the relationship of ends to means, especially in political discourse. Pacifism is still an important topic today, as terrorism and dictatorial states abound. Many will find solace in Ends and Means, while others will find the book only a case study of

    Contemporary intellectuals still struggle over the relationship of ends to means, especially in political discourse. Pacifism is still an important topic today, as terrorism and dictatorial states abound. Many will find solace in Ends and Means, while others will find the book only a case study of the relationship of ethics to politics. Aldous Huxley examines common issues in a unique fashion. How can the regression in charity through which we are living, and for which each one of us is in some measure responsible, be halted and reversed? How can existing society be transformed into the ideal society described by the prophets? How can the average sensual man and the exceptional (and more dangerous) ambitious man be transformed into a non-attached being, one who can create a society significantly better than our own? Huxley discusses the relationship between the theories and the practices of reformers and the nature of the universe. He argues that our beliefs about the ultimate nature of reality help us formulate conceptions of right and wrong, not only in our private life, but also in the sphere of politics and economics. Far from being irrelevant, our philosophical beliefs are the final determining factor in our actions. This provocative classic volume, now available in paperback, will continue to stimulate discussion and thought.

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    • Category: Psychology & Philosophy
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): Aldous Huxley, Howard G. Schneiderman
    • Publisher: Transaction Publishers
    • ISBN: 9781412847445
    • Number of Pages: 386
    • Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches
 

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