A complex book (or should I say, essay, to be honest) on the philosophy of practical ethics, based on an undergraduate college course that the author took at Stanford. Ironically, it takes a book about lying to lay out the merits of telling the truth whatever the situation. This last part will probably have some people up in arms, particularly those who subscribe to the notion of “white lies”.
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