The Phasing-Out Of Venice In The Social Studies Curriculum: No More Lessons To Be Learnt?, pp. 14 of 16

sympathies for Aristotle, Aquinas and Finnis (new natural law theory) [led him to argue] that human reasoning prescribes choice-worthy values as ends as much as it can help discern the means to achieve these ends… March’s work [Chua argues] risks coming too close to voluntarist accounts of the will and his endorsement of Don Quixote concedes too much to arbitrary autonomy indifferent to the demands of moral rules and absolutes.

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