Rational Man
by Henry Veatch

A defense of the "examined life" as the be-all and end-all of morals. He defends wisdom, goodness, and understanding against their enemies without giving any idea or shedding any light on what these things are other than that which a wise man seeks. He is not specific enough to be controversial.

Year Read: 1974

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