The Principles of Hindu Ethics

@article{WidgeryThePO,
  title={The Principles of Hindu Ethics},
  author={Alban Gregory Widgery},
  journal={The International Journal of Ethics},
  volume={40},
  pages={232 - 245}
}
  • A. G. Widgery
  • Published 1 January 1930
  • Philosophy
  • The International Journal of Ethics
ALBAN G. WIDGERY T HE classical iterature of the Hindus is very rich in ethical material. Nevertheless, because definite systematic treatments of ethics have not been found, it has sometimes been wrongly maintained that the subject did not interest hem. It has even been contended that from the philosophical positions which have prevailed amongst them, they could have no genuine concern with the moral ife as such. Yet, even if it were true that their metaphysics i in essence opposed to a real… 

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