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How to Be Good
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Table of Contents

1: Introduction
2: What it's Like to be Good: Individual Responsibility
3: Taking the Human out of Human Rights
4: Moral Enhancement and Freedom
5: Taking Liberties with Free Fall
6: The God Machine, the God Delusion, and the Death of Liberty
7: 'Ethics is for Bad Guys': Putting the 'Moral' into Moral Enhancement
8: Molecules and Morality
9: Moral Progress and Moral Enhancement
10: Mind Reading and Mind Misreading
11: The Safety of the People
12: Persons or Machines
Acknowledgements
Index

About the Author

John Harris is Emeritus Professor of Bioethics at the University of Manchester. His books include: The Value of Life (Routledge, 1985), Wonderwoman and Superman (OUP, 1992), Clones Genes and Immortality (OUP, 1998). He is the author or editor of twenty books and over three hundred and fifty papers.

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One strength of the book is that it is rich with fruitful and overlapping questions about the nature of morality and moral education. It provides a treasure chest of questions for those looking for research programs to develop on the topic. Some of the main questions Harris examines are urgent and pressing social and ethical problems.
*Daniel Moseley, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews*

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