MORALITY AND REASON. SAMUEL CLARKE'S RATIONALISTIC ETHICS.
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The British philosophy at the break of the 17th and 18th century was marked by the conflict which had very significant consequences. The developing civic society and the emerging public opinion were gradually limiting the influence of the contemporary political and religious authorities. The author presents the conflict between morality and reason, examining the main thesis of Samuel Clarke's rationalistic ethics and its consequences.
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