Real Good

Monday, September 03, 2012

How are we to differentiate real from "pseudo" morality? Cheryl Mendelson, who teaches philosophy at Barnard College, has some ideas in her new book, The Good Life: The Moral Individual in an Antimoral World. She joins us to talk about the status of morality in contemporary American life.


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Comments [1]

Telegram Sam from Staten island

This is just an individual prejudice presented as pseudo-sociology. Hippies weren't engaged? Who exactly stopped the Vietnam war...? Every statement she's putting forth has holes wider than the Holland Tunnel.

Sep. 03 2012 10:58 AM

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