My past with Ethics Without God by Kai Nielsen has not been a successful one. I have attempted to read the book a few times since I purchased the book from a Borders in Georgia so many years ago. I'm not really sure the furthest I've read into the book, but I assume that it wasn't terribly far. The last time I tried to read it was a couple of years ago. Well, I'm attempting to read it again. I'm more focused on reading philosophy than I have probably ever been. I am going to try to accomplish this task in addition to my normal activities. I want to read at least some of it each morning I don't have to read anything for class.
I will also attempt to write a post on here after I finish with each chapter about the contents of that chapter and what I thought about it. The book is fairly well written, but it can get a little dry at times. The ideas seem pretty sound, but I'll have to think about them more and probably reread a couple of pages if I don't understand exactly what he's saying the first time. This book is about one of my favorite issues in philosophy, so I really want to read it all the way through.