Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits; A Study in Ethics, with an Epilogue Addressed to Theologians
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Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits; A Study in Ethics, with an Epilogue Addressed to Theologians

By Clark S. Beardslee
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Table of Contents
  • ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S CARDINAL TRAITS
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • LINCOLN'S CARDINAL TRAITS
  • PART I. INTRODUCTION
    • Lincoln's Mental Energy
    • Lincoln's Moral Earnestness
  • PART II. ANALYSIS
    • His Reverence for Law—Conscience
    • His Jealousy for Liberty—Free-Will
    • His Kindliness—Love
    • His Pureness—Life
    • His Constancy—Truth
    • His Humility—Worth
  • PART III. SYNTHESIS
    • Lincoln's Moral Unison
  • PART IV. STUDIES
    • His Symmetry—The Problem of Beauty
    • His Composure—The Problem of Pessimism
    • His Authority—The Problem of Government
    • His Versatility—The Problem of Mercy
    • His Patience—The Problem of Meekness
    • His Rise From Poverty—The Problem of Industrialism
    • His Philosophy—The Problem of Reality
    • His Theodicy—The Problem of Evil
    • His Piety—The Problem of Religion
    • His Logic—The Problem of Persuasion
    • His Personality—The Problem of Psychology
  • PART V. CONCLUSION
    • Lincoln's Character
    • Lincoln's Preference
  • AN EPILOGUE
    • Addressed to Theologians
  • LINCOLN'S SECOND INAUGURAL
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