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An Essay on Morals by Philip Wylie
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An Essay on Morals (1947)

by Philip Wylie

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An Essay on Morals is an exploration of the role of instinct in human civilization. Wylie is saying people make their world based on their actions and choices. I found the book to be profound and a strong influence on my beliefs. ( )
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A bold and provocative indictment of our modern world
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This is a world not of science, but of religions.
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The author talks about humans as driven by instincts and able to create their world through their choices and ambitions.
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