Right & Wrong

Right & Wrong : How to Decide for Yourself

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In life there are few, if any, moral absolutes for us to rely on, and facing an increasing array of choices we often lack the confidence of knowing we have made the right choice. In Right & Wrong, respected social commentator Hugh Mackay suggests some personal strategies that will make it easier to work out what is right and wrong for each of us in a particular situation. In an engaging, conversational style, Mackay tackles the minefield of personal relationships, business ethics, morality and religion, the benefits of moral mindfulness and the reasons why we should strive for a good life in which we are true to ourselves and sensitive to the wellbeing of others.
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Product details

  • CD-Audio
  • 133.35 x 171.45 x 12.7mm | 68.04g
  • Australia
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged edition
  • 1489086382
  • 9781489086389
  • 1,753,029

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"The arguments he presents ... demonstrate the psychological astuteness and keen moral sensibility that have made his newspaper columns so widely read and appreciated." -- The Age "Hugh Mackay has undertaken a brave and valuable act ... admirably clear-thinking." -- The Sydney Morning Herald "Australia's favourite thinker." -- Amazon
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About Hugh Mackay

Hugh Mackay is an Australian psychologist, social researcher and writer. From 1979 to 2003 he published the quarterly research series The Mackay Report, which now continues as The Ipsos Mackay Report. Hugh is also the author of numerous novels and works of non-fiction, and writers regularly for several major Australian newspapers. He lives in Sydney. Charles 'Bud' Tingwell (1923-2009) was one of Australia's best-loved actors. His career spanned over fifty years, from glamorous post-war Hollywood, to London in the swinging sixties, to some of Australia's favourite film and theatre productions. Bud appeared in over 150 performances, with film credits spanning from The Desert Rats (1953) to The Castle (1997), and in 1994 Bud was received into the prestigious Gold Logie Hall of Fame for his lifetime's achievements as an actor.
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