5 edition of The Loss of Virtue found in the catalog.
The Loss of Virtue
by Social Affairs Unit
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||258|
A Loss Of Moral and Civic Virtue Lead To Violence It is an old, and forgotten, axiom that immoral people can’t be trusted with freedom. Moral and civic virtue are rooted in solid values and a . A book appeared recently entitled The Loss of Virtue. It made the point that virtue, both public and private, is becoming a rarity today. Indeed, vice, not virtue, seems to be in the ascendancy. .
The Children’s Book of Virtues has selected stories from the big book and is illustrated on every page. It is a picture book for about pre-k to 3rd or 4th grade. We used it as . Get this from a library! The loss of virtue: moral confusion and social disorder in Britain and America. [Digby C Anderson; Social Affairs Unit.;] -- "A National review book." Introduction and .
Define virtue. virtue synonyms, virtue pronunciation, virtue translation, English dictionary definition of virtue. n. 1. a. Moral excellence and righteousness; goodness. b. An example or kind of . The book claims that the reason we don’t have a working agreed-upon morality is that the ancient Greeks (and medievals) did have a working agreed-upon morality (virtue ethics), but when it .
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