Many societies are divided by political issues. Often, there are good people on both sides, honestly trying to further their definition of the good, but turning against each other nonetheless. The Theory of Moral Duality explains this process, its causes, and its solutions. Analyzing political ideas from Hobbes, Locke, and Kant to Rawls, Nozick, and Marx for their destructive potential, this book creates a framework for constructive political ideas. Here, we will find common ground in political discussions, heal division, and treat each other kindlier, instead of considering everyone who disagrees with us as evil.
The Theory of Moral Duality
How to Avoid Destructive Political Ideas, Heal Divided Societies, and Deal More Kindly With One Another
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