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Do ethics matter?

October 2004 - Do ethics matter?This election campaign has seen "trust" pitted against "truth", but in a materialistic, post-modern and post-Christian society do Australians really care about right and wrong? Do we have the tools to make ethical judgements any more? If an ethical society is important, how can we do better than we do now? What structures do we need in place? What role do values have to play at school? What is the place of laws and regulations?



Big ‘E’ Ethics and the tide of progress
by Miles Little - 18/10/2004
Corporate responsibilty in business schools
by Robert McLean - 18/10/2004
Philosophy’s dilemma: the institutionalising of ethics
by Peter Bowden - 11/10/2004 - 1 comment
Freedom and justice are alive and well: Australians care
by Gary Johns - 11/10/2004
The truth is out where? Honesty, media and politics
by Adam Craig - 6/10/2004
Re-visioning politics: Towards credible, inspirational and relevant politics
by Noel Preston - 4/10/2004
Why law cannot be amoral
by Samuel Gregg - 4/10/2004

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