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A history of Morals from the peak of the Roman Empire to the reign of Charlemagne, covering the "pagan" period, the conversion to Christianity, the fall of Rome, the "Dark Ages," and the emergence of the Gothic kingdoms - setting the historical data against the background of the religious, social and philosophical creeds which influenced moral practice. A work both tremendous in scope and unusually rich in detail. Topics discussed include Utilitarian principles, the Pagan Empire, stoicism, causes of corruption, persecutions, Christianity, the position of women, and others. Includes an Index.