reviewed by Preston Jones
Books by John Kekes:
Moral Tradition and Individuality
Princeton University Press, 1989
(264 pages; $20.00, paper)
Princeton University Press, 1990
(264 pages; $22.00, paper)
The Morality of Pluralism
Princeton University Press, 1993
(238 pages; $20.00, paper)
Moral Wisdom and Good Lives
Cornell University Press, 1995
(272 pages; $18.95, paper)
Cornell University Press, 1997
(256 pages; $17.95, paper)
A Case for Conservatism
Cornell University Press, 1998
(256 pages; $16.95, paper)
Pluralism in Philosophy: Changing the Subject
Cornell University Press, 2000
(256 pages; $32.50, cloth)
A refreshing thing about the moral philosopher John Kekes is his unwavering . . .
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Preston Jones teaches history at John Brown University.
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