Ethical Universe

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This book is the culmination of a 20-year (plus) project which synthesizes the work of renowned social philosopher and humanistic psychoanalyst, neo-Freudian, Dr. Erich Fromm and the best of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (highlighted by the Golden Means doctrine). We draw heavily upon Sigmund Freud’s tripartite division of the human psyche (ego, id, superego).

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Review by: Debra Via on April 08, 2010 : star star star star star
This is a must read for all fresh thinkers that are truly interested in deciding modern day ethics and issues for yourself on what is right and wrong. The author gives you the tools to do this in such a way that is revolutionary. Wonderfully written!!!!
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Review by: D Ott on April 02, 2010 : star star star star star
This book has some very intriguing concepts of the human condition. This subject matter is intense and makes you expand your ideas of who you think you are and then, challenges what makes you tick. It requires you to consider all of the elements of the human spirit based on years of research and references to some of the greatest minds in history. Highly recommend this book, as it compels you to read on and it’s really hard to put the book down. In my humble opinion, the book is “Best Seller” material, or at the very least perfect Thesis material. College professors around the world need to get their hands on this one!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: priscilla speicher on April 02, 2010 : star star star star
Ethical Universe challenges beliefs and doctrines that have been accepted for decades, even centuries. It puts forth theories and ideas that give your brain a real workout. It is well written and a great book for thinkers!
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Review by: Pete Murphy on March 27, 2010 : star star star star star
Here and I thought all things were always relative! An interesting and thought-provoking read, highly recommended.
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