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Jane Austen On Morality

Colin McGinn | 22nd January 2019

Perceptive account of the moral universe depicted in Jane Austen’s novels. She accepts the value of worldly things and is unconcerned with questions of distribution. A life well lived requires money; a life without it is uninteresting. Moral discernment is more important than virtue as such. “The Au…

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