"The Moral Life a thematically arranged anthology of philosophical readings, contains an unusually wide range of topics including religion, sexual relations, capital punishment, and genectic engineering. Steve Luper and Curtis Brown have expanded the readings for the second edition to include full introductory chapter on ethical theory and a new chapter on terrorism. New selections throughout the text include writing from Confucius, Hinayana and Mahayana scriptures, Walter Block, and Michael Walzer.
The Moral Life features wide coverage of many topics; chapter introductions that describe the readings and place them in a rhetorical framework, a good balance of opposing points of view and end of chapter questions."
This was on the back of the book, The Moral Life second edition by Steven Luper and Curtis Brown, that my fiance who is nonjw and free from all religion gave me to look at. He said he had to study it for college but that it gave very interesting information on how to live a moral life free from religious bios. So I excepted and now have homework. I will try and keep tabs on what I been learning. But seriously I hate reading long dry stuff so we will see.
I also have other stuff that some ppl on the board has suggested (some by Ray Franz, Kyria Abrahams, etc.) I do intead to get the bookstores and find them. It's all exciting and I think will give me an awakinging veiw.
What's your favorite books, authors, or research material you use, in guiding you through life? (spiritaul, logical, or inspirational)