How to be Good: The Science of Doing Well
Most people are somewhat, or even deeply confused about how to be a good person. If reliable recipes were available, they would be almost the most valuable information that one could imagine. To protect its readers, this book rehearses and explains the standard skeptical arguments against a scientific, universal good, then it proposes a scientific definition of goodness that escapes these problems, notably the classic 'Naturalistic Fallacy.' The largest part of the book then applies this definition to individuals, families, organizations, governments, and species. It's your moral duty to become good if you possibly can. Read the book. If you like it, tell people.
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