Beauty of Morality

Volume 1

by Pierre Edens Sully



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/19/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 524
ISBN : 9781514476826
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 524
ISBN : 9781514476833
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 524
ISBN : 9781514476819

About the Book

This is a book to begin with a variety of poetries, some letters, and a stage setting or mise en scène. It tries to make the main ideas of the subjects available with little exposure of philosophy. It tends to make clear how the enlightened “Beauty of Morality” carries with a long list of enlightened perspicacity and ingenuity. The author is as an echo of the voice of a lover in the hearts of readers, directing them to authentic romance. A battle exists in the heart between love and lust, those who experience true love will be the ones who wage war against the counterfeits we are all prone to embrace. He desires to show that the romantic moments do not require physical intimacy. The most romantic couples are the ones who realize this. Romance requires respect. In this book, as social issues come to define the difference between republicans and democrats. The first ones are consisting of items that might be readily associated with prejudice in some logical or automatic way, and have their roots in a personality structure characterized by aggressiveness, destructive cynicism, moral rigidity, intolerance of ambiguity, ego weakness, failure in superego internalization, and a preoccupation with the most primitive aspects of human gender, and they are blind of their own prejudices; a decline of fanatical devotion to principle of conservation on the part of public would free the intelligent leaders from the need to commit themselves, for political reasons to all sorts of disorderly nonsense. The latter are more free and more open-minded, and they turn largely on the question of whether American people care enough about the principle of racial equality to feel uneasy about the practice of racial inequality; and they never tend to dominate the media and think of themselves more liberal than conservative or radical; their values do not center on personal freedom.

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