By Didier Fassin
- Investigates the principal legacies of ethical anthropology, the formation of ethical proof and values, the context of neighborhood moralities, and the frontiers among moralities, politics, humanitarianism
- Features contributions from pioneers within the box of ethical anthropology, in addition to overseas specialists in similar fields corresponding to ethical philosophy, ethical psychology, evolutionary biology and neuroethics
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