by Peter Kropotkin

The best book on ethics that I have read so far. Not only has he come up with the synthesis of innate moral sense and reason that I have been looking for, he has gone so far as to apply his theory to the history of moral philosophy.

Most of the book is great. Near the end he looses his clarity by talking about equality and communistic nonsense.

Year Read: 1975

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