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 Inside and Beyond

David Brooks’s

The Road to Character:

Summary, Critique and More

by I.K. Mullins

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Preface, Introduction and Overview of Brooks’s The Road to Character

Part I. The Road to Character: A Summary of Key Ideas and Facts  
*****1. Résumé Virtues and Eulogy Virtues
*****2. Adam I and Adam II
*****3. Humility
*****4. People with Character
*****5. Today’s Youth and Our Culture of the “Big Me”
*****6. The Humility Code and the Moral Bucket List

Part II. Critique of The Road to Character

References and Further Reading   


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