Ask Yourself to be Moral now (sorta) available!

Print copies of Ask Yourself to be Moral, a detailed investigation of my 2Q system for examining your own beliefs, will be available to order shortly (I’m waiting for a sample copy to make sure all is well before taking anyone’s money). But for you early adopters out there, the Amazon Kindle version of the books is live and ready to go! (The electronic copy costs less than half of what the print copy will cost, by the way.)

You will (I hope) be happy to know that this book is not just for atheists. Anyone with an interest in developing a moral philosophy — or ensuring that their existing philosophy is intellectually rigorous — can benefit from 2Q.

Personally, I don’t have a kindle, so if you get a copy, leave a comment on this post to let me know how it looks. Thanks!

Posted on October 5, 2009 at 6:11 pm by ideclare · Permalink
In: 2Q, Notification

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  1. Written by Amen-Ra
    on October 5, 2009 at 7:59 pm
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    Hang on, what if I don’t want to be moral? Is there a book for that? I’ve wanted to be ammoral as long as I can remember but I just don’t have the nack. I know some people are naturally good at it, but I just find myself making the same mistakes over and over again – helping old ladies across the road and rescuing cats from trees. Stuff like that.
    How can I learn the proper path to ammorality? Where’s my book?!?

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