The Moral Symmetry of Good and Evil

“I love to kill people. I love watching them die.” So said Richard Ramirez, the notorious Los Angeles “Night Stalker.” Can we say that he, and others like him, are pure evil? Or, is that just a matter of personal opinion? This book is about morality. It’s about proving good and evil are real. Why are they real? Symmetry. More

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About Ken Levi

I grew up in Boston, moved to Ann Arbor, where I received my Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Michigan, then moved again to San Antonio, where I taught Sociology at the University of Texas. I am the author of five books: “Violence and Religious Commitment” (Penn State Press), about the suicide and murder of over 900 members of the People’s Temple Church in the Jonestown massacre; “Proving God Exists: Physics, Cosmology, and the Universal Mind,” about scientific proof for God’s existence; “The Moral Symmetry of Good and Evil,” about the scientific derivation of morality; "Knowing: Consciousness and the Universal Mind," a composite theory for solving the “hard problem” of consciousness; and "Mind of God," addressing the question, "Does the Universe think?" I have also published several articles on violence, crime, and delinquency, including "Becoming a Hit Man" (Sage Publications), which has since been cited in over 110 other books and articles.

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