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The Concept of Ingratitude in Renaissance English Moral Philosophy

by Dunn, E. Catherine

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Catholic University of America, 1946-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. 0x0x0. [From the library of noted scholar Richard A. Macksey.] Softcover. Good binding and cover. Shelf wear. Label on rear wrap. Pages unmarked. <br> "Richard A. Macksey was a celebrated Johns Hopkins University professor whose affiliation with the university spanned six and a half decades. A legendary figure not only in his own fields of critical theory, comparative literature, and film studies but across all the humanities, Macksey possessed enormous intellectual capacity and a deeply insightful human nature. He was a man who read and wrote in six languages, was instrumental in launching a new era in structuralist thought in America, maintained a personal library containing a staggering collection of books and manuscripts, inspired generations of students to follow him to the thorniest heights of the human intellect, and penned or edited dozens of volumes of scholarly works, fiction, poetry, and translation." - Johns Hopkins University

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The Concept of Ingratitude in Renaissance English Moral Philosophy
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Dunn, E. Catherine
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