Joseph Daleiden

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My Works

The American Dream: Can It Survive the 21st Century?
Demonstrates how all public polices are interrelated. The piecemeal approach undertaken in the past has actually exacerbated rather than ameliorated the problems our nation faces. Includes chapters on: Measuring the Welfare of Society; Population Growth and Impact of Immigration; Sustainable Growth and the Economic Fallacy; Rethinking Trade Policies; Poverty and Welfare Dependency; Meaningful Education Reform; Reducing Crime; Financing Social Security and Health Care; Equitable Tax Reform

The Science of Morality: The Individual, Community and Future Generations
Using the scientific method The Science of Morality examines some of the most perplexing moral issues of the day including: abortion, euthanasia, drug use, various forms of sexual behavior, pornography, and the distribution of social goods.

The Final Superstition: A Critical Evaluation of the Judeo-Christian Legacy
The Final Superstition presents a comprehensive treatment of the subject of morality/ethics covering the major themes that philosophers have debated for centuries.



Selected Works

Economics, Sociology, Demographics
The American Dream: Can It Survive the 21st Century?
A comprehensive, analysis of social, economic and demographic trends facing the US in the present century
Philosophy; Ethics
The Science of Morality: The Individual, Community and Future Generations
A radical view of how science, rather than religion or philosophy, can best provide the basis for norms to guide human behavior
Religion
The Final Superstition: A Critical Evaluation of the Judeo-Christian Legacy
A devastating attack on theism: "considerable scholarship... finely honed reasoning"
--Skeptic



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