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Adam Ferguson and Ethical Integrity: The Man and His Prescriptions for the Moral Life

BY JACK HILL, PROFESSOR OF RELIGION

LEXINGTON BOOKS, 2017

In a world where consumerism is a growing influence, figuring out what it means to live a “good life” is increasingly difficult. Hill mixes the experiences and musings of Adam Ferguson, an 18th-century moral philosopher and scientist, with his own philosophical inquiries. Together, both author and subject contemplate the dangers of materialism and social fragmentation. — Nick Ferrandino




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