Why It Is Good to Be Good
In Why It Is Good to be Good, John H. Riker shows how modernity's reigning concept of the self undermines moral life and lays the basis for the epidemic of cheating that is devastating social and economic institutions. He argues that by accepting Kohut's brilliant and original psychoanalytic concept of the self, modernity can have a naturalist account for showing why it is personally good to be a morally good person.show more
- Electronic book text | 194 pages
- 20 Aug 2010
- Jason Aronson, Inc.
- United States
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