Right & Wrong: How to decide for yourself
In modern Western societies we are presented with a huge array of choices and encouraged to believe that having the freedom to choose sets us on the path to happiness. Yet, as renowned social commentator Hugh Mackay shows in RIGHT & WRONG, freedom to choose is no freedom at all unless it is accompanied by the confidence of knowing we have made the right choice.
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Review: Right And Wrong: How To Decide For YourselfUser Review - Erroll Treslan - Goodreads
This was a common-sensical, non-academic discussion of moral philosophy. Similar to Peter Singer's "How Are We To Live?", this book lays out a principled approach on how individuals should decide what is ethically correct without resorting to religious strictures. A "must read". Read full review
Review: Right And Wrong: How To Decide For YourselfUser Review - Zane - Goodreads
A book that provides some good tests to use when wondering, "Is this ethical? Is this moral?" How do you know. Something interestig I learned from the book is that we make ethical decisions using our ... Read full review