How to Live: Being Happy and Dealing with Moral Dilemmas
This work provides clear answers to difficult moral and social issues that we face in our personal lives-that governments need to address when balancing the interests of the community. By demystifying moral discourse, How to Live provides a clear moral pathway for students of philosophy, medicine, and law, as well as the general reader. The moral framework of How to Live is developed from an interdisciplinary perspective. The culmination presents a forward-thinking theory that will maximize the success and happiness of the individual and the community within a society.
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