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Bonaventura”, in: Studi Francescani 25 (1953), 3-30. – Mörschel, U., “Gut”, in: Lexikon des Mittelalters 4 (1989), 1797-1800. – Oliger, L., “Servasanto da Faenza o.f.m. e il suo «Liber de virtutibus et vitiis»”, in: Miscellanea Francesco Ehrle. There once was an earthly king who possessed millions of gold coins; but he was praised for owning millions of silver coins. Whereas for Kant the autonomy of ethics further implied that ethics is independent of the emotions, Lazarus maintained that ethics is grounded in the emotions of duty and obligation.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 28, 1999)

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