Ronald Dworkin - Religion Without God

Religion Without God has something for everyone: for atheists and theists, artists and physicists, liberals and conservatives. Which was exactly Ronald Dworkin’s goal, to allow polarized groups to communicate. He does this (or attempts to do this – you decide) by revealing the basic, moral foundations of “the good life.” In Justice for Hedgehogs, Dworkin laid out his case for the unity of value, which he explores further in the context of religion and theism in Religion without God. At only 160 small pages, the book is digestible, despite being philosophy. Furthermore, it is engaging; it’s philosophy that you can participate in and argue with and apply to your own life.
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ISBN: 9780674726826
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Published: Harvard University Press - October 1st, 2013