Editor’s Faves

These are just a few of my favourites. All are related in some way to ethics, though some of them don’t have the word “ethics” in their title.

Special Notice: Skyhorse publishing has put out a new issue of Robert’s Rules of Order (with foreword by me, Chris MacDonald, focusing on Robert’s Rules as a work of moral and political philosophy.)

Authenticity Hoax The Authenticity Hoax: How We Get Lost Finding Ourselves, by Andrew Potter
[see also my interview with Andrew Potter, on The Business Ethics Blog]
Filthy Lucre Filthy Lucre: Economics for People Who Hate Capitalism, by Joseph Heath
[The title of this excellent book is misleading. What it’s really about is economic fallacies. One half of the book is about fallacies of the Left, and the other half is about fallacies of the Right.]
The Ownership of Enterprise The Ownership of Enterprise, by Henry Hansmann
The Power of Critical Thinking The Power of Critical Thinking, by Lewis Vaughn and Chris MacDonald
Bad Science Bad Science, by Ben Goldacre
Predictably Irrational Predictably Irrational, by Dan Ariely
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