7 edition of Ethic found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Benedict de Spinoza ; translated from the Latin by William Hale White.|
|Series||English and foreign philosophical library -- v. 21.|
|Contributions||White, William Hale, 1831-1913,|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xxxviii, 297,  p. (prelim. p. [1-8] advertisements dated 7 April 1885)|
|Number of Pages||1885|
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Yes Ethic is a good man from what the author has portrayed but his character lacks makes him come off as dry and boring. There was no hope for him and Alani to ever have a happily ever after especially once the truth was revealed. That relationship was doomed from the start/5().
Ethic is a person who is trying to change who is trying to be a better man and gets sucked in to losing his mind effectively and shooting and killing an innocent soul little baby girl. However he also falls in love with the little girls mother what a mess what a beautiful mess/5.
Ethic has power, but love has always been evasive. After ordering the hit that mistakenly killed the love of his life, Ethic is haunted with guilt and he refuses to love again. Focused on being a better man and keeping his family safe, he is raising three children, one of which is a defiant teenaged girl, Morgan.5/5(27).
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