This book argues that there’s nothing wrong with ignoring politics. To the contrary: you should disengage from politics to pursue more effective forms of altruism. Instead of watching presidential debates, attending city council meetings, and writing letters to your representative, you should spend your time on charitable activities that are more likely to change people’s lives for the better.
– Christopher Freiman, Ph.D., Why It’s OK to Ignore Politics, p. 3
Dr. Chris Freiman is a philosophy professor at William & Mary and author of Why It’s OK to Ignore Politics.
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