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eBook The Art Of Being Kind epub
  • ISBN: 0749940565
  • Author: Stefan Einhorn (author)
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY (UK) (February 4, 2010)
  • ePUB size: 1564 kb
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Stefan Einhorn is a professor of molecular oncology at Karolinska Institutet and a medical doctor specialised in oncology. He is also the chairman of the ethics counsil at Karolinska Institutet. He has written several very popular books on science and philosophy, such as The Art of Being Kind and The Concealed God. Books by Stefan Einhorn.

Being kind in a genuine and positive way truly is an art, and it is an art that can be learned. Stefan Einhorn believes it is the single most important factor in achieving success and satisfaction in life-being a good person can make you happier.

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Stefan Einhorn passionately believes that kindness is one of the finest things we can devote ourselves to, and is the single most important factor for success in our lives. If we strive to be kind to others, we simply cannot avoid doing ourselves good.

Stefan Einhorn, born on October 26, 1955 in Stockholm, is a Swedish doctor, professor and writer. He is the son of Jerzy and Nina Einhorn, as well as the brother of Lena Einhorn. He received a degree from the Karolinska Institute in 1980 after presenting his thesis. In 1999 he became a professor of Molecular oncology at the Karolinska Institute.

Comments: (6)
Lilegha
This is the first time that I commenting about a book. This book is so good that I could not not to do it. This is an excellent book for you, your childern, your parents, your colleauges, your neighbors, .... You won't regret reading it.
Braned
Very interesting way of thinking about ethics, morality and life.
Help to think how do I become better person and how to manage realtion and behaving at work
Swift Summer
I get better advise in the bible. But, for those who don't believe in the bible you might like to read this.
GoodLike
According to Stefan Einhorn, a clever person is a kind person.
Indeed, kindness is one of the core values that will determine how our lives will play out.
Indeed, every time we encounter another human we encounter ethics.
What consequences will my actions have? Should I see my fellow human being as an object or as an individual?

In Stefan Einhorns wise book we learn a little more about what kindness is, and how and why we should try to be kind. Why and how our conscience might not always tell us what is right or wrong
(But almost always).

Stefan Einhorn is very adamant that being weak should not be confused with kindness. An inability to say no or to defend ourselves and those around us does not help anyone, and the end result will be negative.
Indeed, it will often take strength to stand up to e.g. an authority figure, and do the (right) kind thing.

Indeed it is a difficult world out there. And sometimes we are not treated kindly. Sometimes we meet people who seem nice enough, and yet we have the feeling that they don't really wish us well.
Stefan Einhorn describe such people as passive aggressive.
Still, we should be very careful what we put out in the world.

There are many benefits of being kind. Stefan Einhorn summarize arguments from evolution, behavioural science and religion - and they all tell that we have a lot to gain by being kind, and nothing to gain by being evil.

Indeed, a very wise book by Stefan Einhorn.
Irostamore
In "The Art of Being Kind", Stefan Einhorn makes a good case that the world would be better with more kindness in it. One of the best parts of the book is where he presents evidence for how kindness in beneficial, and draws parallels to kindness among certain animals. The chapter on ethics and religion is weaker. Einhorn is an agnostic, but he gives the religions much credit for being ethical and ignores the obstacle religion can be when it comes to things such as empathy and kindness (read Sam Harris's "The End of Faith" for more on that).

It's refreshing that he doesn't demonize egoism but instead states that kindness is good, even if there are egoistic motivations behind it. The result is what counts. The last part of the book is also good. It deals with feeling successful and how to evaluate the direction your life is taking, and about making the world a better place for yourself and others by being kind.
black coffe
I like most books that I read, but this one fell far short of my expectations. After reading a chapter, I turned to the back flap for the author's bio to try to figure out if he had any credentials or experience pertinent to writing this book. Not so much, and it shows. It reads like someone sitting down at his computer to write his thoughts about ethics, success, kindness. Like a bad high school term paper, thoughts are strung together without purpose. There is research included, but it did not serve to boost the integrity of the book.
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