OUR WORLD AND ITS VALUES
What are values? What principles underlie them? How ought we to apply them to our relations with our environment, other people in our communities, and international relations? What is the state and how should it treat its citizens--with justice and fairness. Can we have a morality without religion? Can we divest ourselves of the corrupting influence of money on human relations and the environment? Can we live honestly, without assuming simulacra, pretending to be what we are not or not to be what we really are?
How should we think about our world?
How should we live with our neighbours?
How should we live with our environment?
Should money be worth more than the environment?
Should we place a cash value on persons?
What is the state? Who should hold political power?
What rights and liberties should citizens enjoy?
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