Category Archives: ethics

Choice

  I am not someone who follows the US elections with a passion and observation of the detail.  However, I was at lunch with some colleagues this week and one of them expressed their concern at Rick Santorum, apart from … Continue reading

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Faces in the Crowd

Over the last week our televisions have been filled with faces in crowds.  Last Friday we  saw huge numbers gather in London and line the streets of the Royal wedding route.  Whilst we may never know the exact numbers, for … Continue reading

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Crow baring Jesus in !

I am a great fan of Radio 4’s News Quiz.  There is something therapeutic about humour which puts life into perspective (although I realise that I have only once, some years ago, been the subject of their joke and I … Continue reading

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Opening up our Morality

New Scientist last week (16th October 2010  volume 208 No 2782) ran a special report on the origins of morality.  Its reports seek to open up our understanding of morality as being not just the domain of philosopher or theologian … Continue reading

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