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Person And The Common Good

by Jacques Maritain

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Phenomenal book that accurately outlines the difference between individuality and personality, the role each plays in social life and common good, then moves on to asses modern systems that confuse the role of individuality and personality in our understanding of society. ( )
  NathanGrant | Dec 12, 2014 |
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Among the truths of which contemporary thought stands in particular need and from which it could draw substantial profit is the doctrine of the distinction between individuality and personality.
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