By Saul Smilansky
- Explores what those paradoxes can train us approximately morality and the human condition
- Considers a extensive diversity of topics, from commonplace themes to infrequently posed questions, between them "Fortunate Misfortune", "Beneficial Retirement" and "Preferring to not were Born"
- Asks no matter if the life of ethical paradox is an efficient or a foul thing
- Presents analytic ethical philosophy in a provocative, enticing and enjoyable means; posing new questions, presenting attainable options, and not easy the reader to combat with the paradoxes themselves
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