Better Angels of our Nature & Universally Preferable Behavior | 10 Non-fiction Books

A friend recently posted this

10 NON-FICTION BOOKS, 10 DAYS:

Post the covers of 10 non-fiction books that impacted you profoundly and forever changed your life. No explanation necessary. Then nominate one person each day to do the same.

He nominated me on his first day and now i’ll record reviews of those 10 books and add more as they come to me. Hope you enjoy

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shall link tot he books and include what I wrote in the initial postings.

The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined

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Not even done with the book yet it will likely be in my top 10 of any collection of information I’ve taken in. Ties together so much from the vast and exposes me to new things.

 

Universally Preferable Behaviour: A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics

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I always struggled with rationalizing my faith. Moving around and seeing many different cultures showed me versions of the same religion I supposedly needed to be a good person. Finally accepting I did not believe was tough but could not get myself to be confident talking to others about how they could live without it. Could I or they be good without God?

Well Stefan Molyneux does a fantastic job of making his case for a secular form of ethics in this book. I challenge anyone to check it out, there is something for everyone in Universally Preferable Behavior.

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