Rhetoric and Ethics 1999-2000
- Extra Reading
Ethics describe social arrangements, but communities we live in are much larger and more diverse than they have ever been. So who really makes those agreements? How long can we expect them to last? How do we change them? And, most of all, how can we work on agreements that respect our differences?
Professor Hunter engages in discussion with eminent commentators on contemporary society.
The discussions covere in the attached PDF were as follows:
Ethics and Government: Decency and Authority
with Peter Hennessy
Ethics and Economics: Can Socialism Survice Globel Capital?
with Will Hutton
Ethics and Journalism: Fact, Fiction or Spin?
with James Naughtie
This event was on Wed, 03 Nov 1999
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