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Behaving Badly On A Quest To Understand Morality S Place In Modern Culture, Eden Collinsworth Taps A Wide Variety Of Impressive Authorities, From Authors And CEOs To Scientists And Pop Stars Media Executive And Business Consultant Eden Collinsworth Investigates The Surprisingly Complex Foundations Of Contemporary Morality From Repentant Murderers To Corporate Whistle Blowers, From The Boardroom Of Ashley Madison To Famous Ladies Who Lunch, Collinsworth Leaves No Stone Unturned In Her Quest To Understand The Vagaries Of The Moral Compass, And To Figure Out Whether Fixed Ethical Positions Still Exist If They Ever Did Warm, Wry, And Witty, Collinsworth Weaves Together Her Own Research From Ancient History To Contemporary Philosophy With Numerous Interviews Of People From All Walks Of Life And Throughout Is Her Unique Brand Of Probing Thought And Reflection, Tackling The Kardashians, Contemporary American Politics, And Her Personal Experience Raising A Child Largely On Her Own Conversational, Intelligent, And Always Entertaining, Behaving Badly Is Brimming With Evidence Of How Little We Really Know About The Moral Principles That Underlie Our Daily Actions And Decision Making.

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10 thoughts on “Behaving Badly

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    In many instances, Behaving Badly The New Morality in Politics, Sex, and Business reads like one of those cautionary stories told by grandparents around the world about the decline in society and how things were so much better in their day Eden Collinsworth is admittedly somewhat of a technophobe so ...

  2. Megan Brault Megan Brault says:

    A thoughtful journey through the concept of morality I couldn t put it down.

  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    This was an interesting examination of morality across multiple applications, from finances to sex, and, of course, technology I appreciated Collinsworth s frank questions, and the acknowledgement of her own generational biases I never felt like a perspective was being forced on me, but rather that the book did a good job of remaining curious and exploratory, bringing in a wide range of other voices I also li

  4. Kristine Kristine says:

    Behaving Badly The New Morality in Politics, Sex, and Business by Eden Collinsworth is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in mid March.Despite our free wheeling, often liberal attitudes about the world around us, the etiquette within the spheres of work and business is very hard lined with strict rules for what is right and wrong Along with the topics mentioned in the title, the book covers financial cheating, online

  5. Andrienne Andrienne says:

    Wonderful read, worthy purchase for any public library or academic library.

  6. Amber Schroer Amber Schroer says:

    Felt that pretentious writing was valuedthan cohesive theoryI really was pulled into the book at first, but slowly, the book began to fall apart The writer comes across as pretentious and ironically enough morally super...

  7. Lisa Beaulieu Lisa Beaulieu says:

    I enjoyed the heck out of this book Rather than pontificating or lecturing, Collinsworth is like a girlfriend who takes you along as she asks question, both musing to herself and the reader, and asking...

  8. R.K. Byers R.K. Byers says:

    as a writer, Ms Collinsworth is insightful, clever and fun, but I think the topic bored her because neither one of us could stay on it.

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