Category Archives: Ethics

Christian imperialism

Imperialism and the US gun lobby Continue reading

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More cooperation please, less competition

Response to the Prime Minister’s view on competitiveness Continue reading

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Nobody is an undesirable

Response to Mark Field on homeless people Continue reading

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Why did Jesus make that fateful journey to Jerusalem?

If Jesus did that then, what should we be doing now? Continue reading

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The problem isn’t just Boris

Response to George Pitcher’s article Continue reading

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British exceptionalism and attitudes to Europe

Who do we identify with? Continue reading

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Myths, facts and values

How rhetoric can distract attention from the real issues Continue reading

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Amoral or differently moral?

Wealth and the ultra-rich: moral, immoral or amoral? Continue reading

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Mass shootings: how to respond?

How can we help, or at least avoid making things worse? Continue reading

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Are we civilised? Should we be?

On the meaning and desirability of civilisation Continue reading

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