The Language of Conscience : Using Enlightened Conservatism to Build Cooperative Capital and Character
Description of Enlightened Conservatism as the creation of an environment where conscience predominates over convenience to bring character and ethics. Philosophical analysis of the cultural values and areas of power affected and how nonprofit institutions give advantage to the development of an environment of conscience. A 2003 Finalist for ForeWord Magazine's Philosophy Book of the Year.
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September 12, 2010
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