The purpose of this book is to reflect on a variety of common questions. Common, but difficult questions. What is the self? What does it mean to be conscious? What is morality made of? Is there logic in morality? Can reason alone justify moral action?
To answer such questions, this book does three things. To begin, it examines what the human mind is and what it is not. Then it examines how one might construct a moral system grounded only in observation and reason. Lastly, it examines by what means one may employ the mind towards morality.