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  • A Sense of the Enemy: The High Stakes History of Reading Your Rival's Mind | Zachary Shore

    A Sense of the Enemy: The High Stakes History of Reading Your Rival's Mind

    • UNABRIDGED (20 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Zachary Shore
    • Narrated By Shanet Clark
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    More than 2,000 years ago the Chinese strategist Sun Tzu advised us to know our enemies. The question has always been how. In A Sense of the Enemy, the historian Zachary Shore demonstrates that leaders can best understand an opponent not simply from his pattern of past behavior, but from his behavior at pattern breaks. Meaningful pattern breaks occur during dramatic deviations from the routine, when the enemy imposes costs upon himself. It's at these unexpected moments, Shore explains, that successful leaders can learn what makes their rivals truly tick.

  • Can Animals Be Moral? | Mark Rowlands

    Can Animals Be Moral?

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By Mark Rowlands
    • Narrated By Shanet Clark
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    From eye-witness accounts of elephants apparently mourning the death of family members to an experiment that showed that hungry rhesus monkeys would not take food if doing so gave another monkey an electric shock, there is much evidence of animals displaying what seem to be moral feelings. But despite such suggestive evidence, philosophers steadfastly deny that animals can act morally, and for reasons that virtually everyone has found convincing.

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