A Student’s Guide to Right, Left and Truth


Series: Political Science and History
BISAC: POL009000
DOI: 10.52305/UKAG1475

This book is an augmented adaptation of the author’s 2018 book Understanding Left and Right (Nova). It further reinforces the message that sustained truth-seeking leads people toward the political center. Each chapter offers divide-bridging discussions of issues such as regulation, taxation, corporate-strategy and personal identity, along with the very ideas of knowledge, truth and goodness. Selected chapters from either work would fit easily into just about every college level course across the spectrum of business studies, social sciences and humanities, almost certainly provoking lively comments. This might seem like an exaggerated marketing claim for any serious book, but readers are strongly urged to try it…and see what happens!
(Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Shadows: Projecting Left and Right

Chapter 2. Truths: Voting against Pythagoras

Chapter 3. Goods: Freedom, Justice and More

Chapter 4. Likes: The Art of the Cheeseburger

Chapter 5. Hopes: Flying and Singing

Chapter 6. Ethics: The Gold That Rules

Chapter 7. Timing: Worry About That Later

Chapter 8. Capitals: Sacred Cows and Other Forms

Chapter 9. Limits: The Known Limitations of Markets

Chapter 10. Regulations: Well-Regulated Capitalism

Chapter 11. Taxes: Looking High and Low

Chapter 12. Strategies: Two Sides, Many Arenas

Chapter 13. Dynamics: The Evolution of Death

Chapter 14. Intentions: The Road to Hell

Chapter 15. Distractions: 500,000 is More Than 43


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