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by Lawrie Baker

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ISBN:
0572015135
Author:
Lawrie Baker
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Foulsham (March 1989)
Pages:
144 pages
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Authors: Baker, Lawrie. Seventy Five Secondary Assembly Notes. Title: Seventy Five Secondary Assembly Notes. Pages: 144. Binding: Paperback.

Lawrence C. Becker (1939–November 22, 2018) was an American philosopher working mainly in the areas of ethics and social, political, and legal philosophy. Becker is the author of books and journal articles on justice, Stoicism and Modern Stoicism, reciprocity, property rights, and metaethics.

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Baker was born on the Cole's Hill Plantation in Gates County, North Carolina, the last of five children of Dr. John Burges and Mary Wynns (Gregory) Baker

Baker was born on the Cole's Hill Plantation in Gates County, North Carolina, the last of five children of Dr. John Burges and Mary Wynns (Gregory) Baker. His great-grandfather and namesake Lawrence Baker had been a general during the American Revolution. After receiving his initial schooling at the Norfolk Academy, he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1851, placing 42nd (last in his class). After graduation, he was breveted a second lieutenant earning his full rank on Mar.