I really liked it and I hope Harris comes out with more of these essays.
Here’s one classic thought experiment he refers to in the book: A Nazi soldier comes to your door and demands that you tell him where Anne Frank is hiding. You know she’s hiding in your attic.
What do you do if you believe lying is *always* wrong? Is it possible to remain honest without giving up her whereabouts?
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