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Sam Harris has written a simple, yet extraordinarily powerful book about the "science of morality" and it is quite a revelation. He cuts through the cloudy thinking of religion and relativism to get at the heart of the problem: How do we as human beings maximize our well being?
Harris provides no hard and fast answers, he is attempting to lay the foundations here. He is not, like Moses, stumbling off Mt. Sinai with stone tablets emblazoned with the "truth," he is merely sketching out how we might orient ourselves to best tackle the mountain ourselves.
Refreshing and brilliant.
I ran the early release version and did not like it and had no intention of buying it, until I took a class and the instructor suggested we learn the elements under the hood. I decided to load it on an old Dell XPS machine with 4 megs of RAM. The first thing I noticed was its superior speed to Windows 7 Pro (which was my favorite). It runs faster on the XPS machine than my 6 meg laptop. The new way of getting around in the OS was easy to learn. I had the system down within two hours and wish I had purchased two or three more copies before the price went up. I admit my early prejudice. It is a better operating system to Windows 7 in that it utilizes system resources far better. There are too many improvements to list. I'm not a shill for Microsoft; I am willing to admit I was wrong.