From Publishers Weekly
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I heard Randy Cohen speak at an event and found his presentation interesting and amusing. I picked up his book, expecting to enjoy it as much as his lecture. However, Mr. Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by J. Rakowski
Like the podcast, only longer, Randy Cohen delves into simple everyday moral dilemmas without being preachy or judgemental.Published on September 19, 2010 by Jim
This disappointing book that is made up of New York Times ethics columns shows that the guy who writes it is not very ethical himself. Read morePublished on December 25, 2008 by Mediaman
This is not what I was hoping for at all, I thought it would give more pointers to people on what is and is not appropriate to say or do in the workplace. Read morePublished on November 16, 2008 by L. E. Thompson
I bought this book after hearing Randy Cohen on NPR. In extremely small doses, he is sometimes amusing as he addresses topics that made me think. Read morePublished on May 16, 2005 by Amazon Customer
As expected, a book expounding one man's "solution" to ethical dilemmas would elicit a wide range of opinions. I agree somewhat with some of Mr. Read morePublished on February 14, 2005 by Earl K. Takasaki
This author used a recent television appearance to promote this book as a chance to share his political views. How "ethical" is that?Published on April 7, 2004
Cohen should read a dictionary before writing about ethics. Self-promoting, and as is with most New York Times journalists, knowledge of subject matter and/or credentials for... Read morePublished on April 7, 2004