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    Having just finished this book my head is still swimming with the ideas presented. Sam Harris has written a tour de force on the subject. Bringing his background in philosophy and neuroscience to bear on the subject, Mr. Harris makes a convincing argument that morality can be derived from the use of the scientific method. We can affect a positive life for individuals and society by studying the problem using reason and logic to derive our morality. I won't make Mr. Harris's argument for him here; I will let you read the book and have him make it for you. I will say that he brings a rational approach to the subject, using a grounding in logic to establish that there really is no way of arguing that morality shouldn't be derived with the scientific method, unless we simply don't care about human well-being. I cannot recommend this book enough.

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  • grandma lynn - fancy detail

    I remember that, in the past, radioactive watch hands glowed in the dark, so I licked the tip of a watercolor brush (fine bristled) and dipped it into my uranium powder. I painted on my canvas, licked the tip again, dipped into the uranium powder again, painted again. I did this until my huge canvas had not only reds and oranges and purples and greens, but also fancy strips of glow. After awhile I began to feel dizzy. I sat down. I studied my painting and thought: what a sacrifice - my good health gone! - to come up with an original painting. Oh, how many women in the past who licked and dipped into uranium powder died prematurely or awfully? Maybe a Google search will tell.

    How foolish we humans can be, not remembering to think about cause and effect.

  • Iowa Reader - Very informative

    News junkies may worry that they won't learn anything new from this account, but Balz does an excellent job of revealing the larger lessons of this election:
    1) demographics matter
    2) research and data matter (how else will you know the demographics?)
    3) people matter--"ground" forces are not a small detail you can leave to planning after a convention
    4) debates and conventions still matter, even if they seem quaint and provide more entertainment than enlightenment
    5) there are no "private" comments in a world where every phone is a camera--every gaff will go viral.

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