Behaving badly : the new morality in politics, sex, and business
- Eden Collinsworth.
- First edition.
- New York : Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 
- Copyright notice
- Physical description
- xv, 253 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Collinsworth, Eden, author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-251).
- Part One. Confronting the unreliable provenance of morals
- Wherein I begin with the definition of the word
- According to a convicted murderer, it has to do with character
- A neuroscientist explains the evolutionary origins of morality
- A brief history of mankind's attempts to rein in bad behavior
- Part Two. Morality's scorecard
- The editor of the Financial Times provides a cost-benefit analysis of principles
- Instructions on how not to cheat
- Pros and cons of doing the right thing
- The law: tools of control, or instruments of enlightenment?
- The political function of ethics
- Part Three. Sex as moral provocateur
- Monogamy (not so much anymore)
- The screen as a siren
- Testosterone: morality's enemy, as well as its hero
- Immoral women: or just those having a better time?
- Part Four. Taking the bother out of morality
- Celebrities as standard-bearers
- Reality defined
- The web wonders what's so great about the truth
- Ethically sanitized warfare
- Immorality's black sun
- Part Five. The future, or something like it
- The moral vagaries of making babies
- Mapping a post-gay culture
- Is it progress if we barter with ethics?
- Programming morality in robots (they'll show us how)
- So who, exactly, gets to set the new rules?
- Wherein I conclude by looking forward.
- Publication date
- Copyright date
- 9780385540933 (hardcover)
- 0385540930 (hardcover)
- 9780385540940 (ebook)
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