Asserting that morality entails group effort, Diderot agrees with both Rousseau and Hobbes. We are noble savages with 'esprit de corps.' Is this an inconvenient truth or the pathway to prosperity??

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Inconvenient Truths

There is no moral precept that does not have something inconvenient about it.

- Denis Diderot (1713-1784)

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Inconvenient Truths

Asserting that morality entails group effort, Diderot agrees with both Rousseau and Hobbes. We are noble savages with esprit de corps. Is this an inconvenient truth or the pathway to prosperity??


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Denis Diderot

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