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Beyond Bad: How obsolete morals are holding us back

Chris Paley

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Philosophy

The book that does for morals what Dawkins did for God.

"Does for morals what Dawkins did for God.' The Bookseller
"There is a serious challenge here to received ways of thinking for the lay public and professional moral philosophers alike." John P Burgess, John N. Woodhull Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University
From Chris Paley, author of the extraordinary and thought-provoking Unthink, comes Beyond Bad showing how morals hinder us from achieving what we want to achieve.
Morality is the driving force in every story worth your "Does for morals what Dawkins did for God.' The Bookseller

"There is a serious challenge here to received ways of thinking for the lay public and professional moral philosophers alike." John P Burgess, John N. Woodhull Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University
From Chris Paley, author of the extraordinary and thought-provoking Unthink, comes Beyond Bad showing how morals hinder us from achieving what we want to achieve.
Morality is the driving force in every story worth your time: Cinderella to Crime and Punishment; Macbeth to Breaking Bad. Morality's what we're doing when we shout at the telly, gossip about our boss or leave comments online. It's held empires together, kept soldiers marching under fire, fed the hungry, passed laws, built walls, welcomed immigrants, destroyed careers and governed our

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Chris Paley

Chris holds an MSci and a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Whilst at Cambridge, the student newspaper listed him as one of the twelve 'movers and shakers' of the year. Chris has written articles for The Times and the Guardian, and has 19,000 Facebook followers. His first book, Unthink, explained why we have consciousness and was published in six languages. FHM wrote that Unthink would leave you 'happier than a rabbit on a carrot farm'. Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor described it as 'an extraordinary thought-provoking book... quite startling. It is a book well worth reading... I look forward to reading his next one on "Freedom and Moral Choices"'

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