"'Warnock's new book admirably fulfils the brief of its title...This book will serve as an excellent introduction to ethical study, and is also an impassioned and moving summary of Warnock's own lifelong dedication to ethical thinking' - Alain de Botton, The Guardian; 'This admirable book fully lives up to its title...This is a wise, earnest, moving book, rather Victorian in its way, which shows that goodness is not just for prigs. No wonder the blurb calls it 'controversial'. It must certainly raise eyebrows among the enlightened' - Robert Grant, The Times"
About the Author
Baroness Warnock is an eminent philosopher and author with a distinguished career. She has been fellow and tutor in philosophy at St Hugh's College, Oxford; headmistress of Oxford High School; and mistress of Girton College, Cambridge. She has a high public profile, appearing frequently on television and radio.