The Moral Landscape and Julius Ceasar.

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18 November 2010 09:10

In the 3rd chapter of the book, at the very end of “What is belief?” part of this chapter, there is a thought: “Julius Caesar was a Roman emperor;”.

I would not normally point it out but this example of belief is unfortunate, because as I believe [ wink ] Ceasar was not a Roman emperor, but rather “dictator in perpetuity” (, the first Roman emperor was Octavius (or Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus,

Other than that - really great book, I love it so far smile.