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Ask Yourself To Be Moral Paperback – October 26, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
This book takes real life examples (tonnes of them!) and runs them through a simple 2 question filter that anyone can use and agree with. The result is a book that stimulates moral thinking and cuts through the noise that value-based decision making often produces.
Question 1: Does my philosophy contradict itself?
Question 2: Would I condemn another for reasoning as I do?
These questions get us to check whether our ideas are coherent and consistent. If your answer produces a violation of either question (or both) it is a sign your thinking is faulty, which means you have to re-evaluate your thinking.
In a society dominated by religious opinions, it was refreshing to encounter a simple and practical approach to ethical decision-making, instead of encouraging moral ignorance and obedience.