The Road to Character by David Brooks, well-known for his New York Times Op-Eds, is reviewed by Angie Drobnic Holan.
Brooks is absolutely right that true character tends to be a rarity in our modern era of self-realization.
People do what brings in the rewards, and selfless service seldom does that, except in goodness being its own reward, but that still does not pay the rent.
Life makes demands that force virtue into the background. Who is immune?
Surely not mainstream science.