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Everyone Agrees: Book I: Words, Ideas, and a Universal Morality

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Why do atheists and believers argue for hours without first defining "God?" Why do people describe Nazis and Soviets in exactly the same way yet place them on opposite ends of the political spectrum? Why do some judge others for being judgmental? Why are some psychologists trying to disprove psychology? And how does arguing show that we really agree?

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Paperback, 236 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Code Publishing
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Steven Dyk
The Kindle version of this is not well formatted. The text size is tiny, and cannot be adjusted. The premise and examples look promising, so I will see if I can get through it.
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JSB Morse is a husband and father and an author, entrepreneur, and philosopher. His latest project is Paleo Family, which he co-authored with his wife. He has written several critically acclaimed novels including the political thriller "Gods of Ruin" and the spiritual fiction "Now and at the Hour of Our Death" and the "Take Advantage" non-fiction series. He paints, creates web applications, and wr ...more
“Two things I've learned: 1) you simply cannot change someone's mind on certain issues and 2) some issues are so important you cannot stop trying to.” 3 likes
“The story of humanity can be written as the struggle to acknowledge all human beings as human beings.” 1 likes
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