This book is mostly geared towards psychology and/or religion class, as most of it is exploring why we see things as "Good" and "Evil", whether its through a religious way (God says so), or a mental way (the community say so).
In order to fully understand this book, you must first understand the Bible, as the author uses many bible quotes in helping us understand his way of thinking.
Half of this book is him disproving what other philosophers have established, and the second half is establishing his own beliefs.
This is not an easy reader, in order to fully understand and grab onto what he's saying, you need to read each sentence and understand what it means.
This book is a true masterpiece and is recommended to anyone who enjoys challenging your brain and understanding why we think how we think.
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