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  • Kierkegaard and the Limits of the Ethical. Clarendon Press, 1997. 198p. Paperback. written in a clear, vigorous style and is accessible even to undergraduates ... What he has accomplished is to bring Kierkegaard into fruitful conversation with contemporary ethical debate; Kierkegaard becomes a philosopher who has something worthwhile to say such figures as Bernard Williams, Derek Parfit, and Alasdair MacIntyre. Furthermore, he has accomplished this with vigor and style. It is a book that has great interest for readers of Kierkegaard, but even more significance for those interested in the foundations of ethics. Philosophical Review (Publisher's information). € 69.30 (New) (Printed on Demand)  (approx. delivery time: 4 weeks) ISBN: 9780198752189