Book Summaries

Chapter 8: In the long view of history, moral codes are universal and necessary (The Lessons of History)

There is no growth or security without rules based on morals.

Moral codes are not the same, one may conclude, after a provisional reading of history, but more knowledge of history suggests the opposite – that moral codes are universal and necessary.

"Silence is the best expression of scorn" - G.B. Shaw

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