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Studies new & old of ethical & social subjects.

Author: Frances Power Cobbe
Publisher: London, Trubner, 1865.
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Cobbe, Frances Power, 1822-1904.
Studies new & old of ethical & social subjects.
London, Trubner, 1865
(OCoLC)793608506
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frances Power Cobbe
OCLC Number: 8314387
Description: 466 pages
Contents: Christian ethics & the ethics of Christ; Self-development & self abnegation; The sacred books of the Zoroastrians; The philosophy of the poor-laws; The morals of literature; The hierarchy of art; Decemnovenarianism; Hades.

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