Ethics: Origin and Development

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Ethics: Origin and Development
Author Peter Kropotkin
Subject Moral philosophy
Published 1921 (original)
1924 (English translation)
Publisher Dial Press (English translation)
Pages 349

Ethics: Origin and Development is a book by Peter Kropotkin, published posthumously in 1921. It continues the argument of Mutual Aid, that sociable morality is essential to human survival. It was translated into English by Louis S. Friedland and Joseph R. Piroshnikoff in 1924.

Further reading[edit]

  • Barnes, Harry Elmer (1925). "Recent Literature on Intellectual History and the History of Civilization". Social Forces. 4 (1): 195–202. doi:10.2307/3004410. ISSN 0037-7732. JSTOR 3004410.
  • Boas, George (1925). "Review of Ethics: Origin and Development". The Journal of Philosophy. 22 (9): 245–248. doi:10.2307/2014407. ISSN 0022-362X. JSTOR 2014407.
  • Hendel, Charles W. (1926). "Review of Ethics: Origin and Development". The Philosophical Review. 35 (2): 182–187. doi:10.2307/2179178. ISSN 0031-8108. JSTOR 2179178.
  • Sabine, George H. (1926). "Review of Ethics: Origin and Development". International Journal of Ethics. 36 (2): 205–207. ISSN 1526-422X. JSTOR 2377250.