About this book
Argues that the conventional pursuit of self- interests is individually and collectively self-defeating. By the author of "A New Ethics For Our Treatment Of Animals".
An analysis of a number of different cultures which takes particular interest in the individual and collective pursuit of self-interest. Singer looks at whether or not selfishness is in our genes and how we may find greater satisfaction in an ethical lifestyle. This volume is one of the OPUS series.
|Oxford University Press|