This set includes volumes covering ethics and political philosophy. It features two works by the eminent philosopher C. D. Broad. The first, Ethics and History of Philosophy is a selection of public lectures and articles spanning 25 years. The second, Five Types of Ethical Theory provides a critical discussion of five very different theories of ethics, those of Spinoza, Butler, Hume, Kant and Sidgwick. Of the other books in the set, Ethical Relativity examines the link between moral judgements and emotion. History of Chinese Political Thought, Political Pluralism and The Individual and the Community all examine different aspects of moral, political and social philosophy. Dating between 1927 and 1952, the books in this set will appeal to those with an interest in how the study of ethics and political philosophy have developed over the years.