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I'm not convinced that the well-being of conscious creatures can form an objective foundation for a science of ethics, and I don't think he spent enough time and effort trying to establish that in a rigorous philosophical way. For instance, if we discovered that intelligent machines that were conscious but felt no pleasure or pain greatly outnumbered humans in this universe, I think that would throw a monkey wrench into his argument. I doubt that any ethics can transcend culture and history, and have yet to hear a convincing argument otherwise. But given our specific culture and history, I agree with Harris that we need more logical and scientific thinking in the cultural, political, and religious arenas. I'm also glad that this book explores new areas and doesn't just rehash the easy bashing of religion's absurdities like his previous two books. I especially enjoyed his accounts of free will and belief.
All of the info was great and easy to follow. My only very small complaint was that I was not aware that we had to book Eiffel Tower tickets way in advance or they would sell out. I tried a week before we left for Paris and could not get them. Of course, we went in June, a pretty busy time. Some mention of that would have been nice so that I knew to try as soon as possible. Guess we have to go back!