It doesn't patronise which lay-persons' books sometimes can. Not the light touch of 'the pig...' but readable which is infrequently the case in philosophy which is why so often I use podcasts for my general consumption. He sees I think that ethics is seen by many readers not just as a theoretical subject but a possible guide: how should I act? How should I, or should I, judge how others act? What is a good life? I do and have recommended it.
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