Why Can't You Be More Like Me? PDF ePub eBook

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Why Can't You Be More Like Me? free pdf The intention of this book is to explain moral diversity and the conflict it sometimes generates between individuals, groups, and nations. Hopefully it will be helpful in our continuing effort to communicate with each other. Each chapter poses a question that is answered in a concise, thought provoking manner. It provokes one to think by the questions in each chapter. - How do ethics and morals differ? What are the methodologies people use for distinguishing right from wrong? Does the end always justify the means? How is a moral decision to be made when duties are in conflict? Is morality simply a matter of having a certain feeling about something? Can people be good without God? This book could be used as an introductory textbook or reading material for anyone interested in the issues that comprise moral philosophy.

About Max Malikow

Max Malikow is on the faculty of the Renee Crown Honors Program of Syracuse University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Philosophy at LeMoyne College. He earned his M.A. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Th.D. from Boston University.

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Author : Max Malikow
Publisher : Theocentric Publishing Group Press
Data Published : 09 July 2015
ISBN : 098640554X
EAN : 9780986405549
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 146 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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