Monday 22 February 2010

Citizen Ethics Network

A colleague has drawn my attention to what looks like an interesting document published by Citizen Ethics Network.

According to their website, the Network exists ‘to promote this debate [about ‘the ethics required for humans to reach their full potential’] and to renew the ethical underpinnings of economic, political and daily life’.

The 68-page pamphlet – Citizen Ethics in a Time of Crisis – is divided into the following four parts, each with various contributors:

Part 1: How do we decide our values?

Part 2: Economics as if ethics matters

Part 3: What kind of politics do we want?

Part 4: Building a life in common

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