Morality is a multi-shaped force driving life decisions. But, where does individual perspective fit in? An ethical life means being good to ourselves, to others, and to the world. But how do you choose if these demands compete? In this fascinatingly comprehensive study of moral theory, philosophy professor Irene McMullin first breaks down the complexity of such a question and then attempts to offer us some answers, which could give us a great deal of context to the way we make even the simplest of decisions, and the far-reaching impact they have beyond our individual self.