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Right And Wrong by Hugh Mackay
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Dec 26, 2007

really liked it
Read in December, 2007

A book that provides some good tests to use when wondering, "Is this ethical? Is this moral?" How do you know. Something interestig I learned from the book is that we make ethical decisions using our frontal lobes. According the author our frontal lobes don't really develop until we are at least 30 years of age? What does that say for people choosing their vocation, partners, life paths all before the age of thirty? Hmmm. The book is all about deciding for yourself - which of course is why the moral compass is often hard to navigate ----- and most rely on dead reckoning instead.

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