On Three Legs We Stand: Epicurus and The Dialogues of Jackson Barwis

On Three Legs We Stand: Epicurus and The Dialogues of Jackson Barwis

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by Cassius Amicus
     
 

The Dialogues of Jackson Barwis on Liberty and on Innate Principles, with an Introduction comparing these views to those of Epicurus.


Jackson Barwis, a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, explains how the inalienable rights of men are grounded in innate principles provided to men by Nature, and contrasts this view with the "blank slate" view of

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The Dialogues of Jackson Barwis on Liberty and on Innate Principles, with an Introduction comparing these views to those of Epicurus.


Jackson Barwis, a contemporary of Thomas Jefferson, explains how the inalienable rights of men are grounded in innate principles provided to men by Nature, and contrasts this view with the "blank slate" view of John Locke.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011254376
Publisher:
Cassius Amicus
Publication date:
02/06/2011
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
291,258
File size:
649 KB

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