Us Before Me: Ethics and Social Capital for Global Well-being

In the last three decades we ve experienced increasing intense moral individualism, and at the same time we ve witnessed massive globalization To some degree, at least, these trends are in opposition and even conflict Patricia Illingworth explores concepts, structures and institutions that we might develop to make their interactions constructive, rather than destructivIn the last three decades we ve experienced increasing intense moral individualism, and at the same time we ve witnessed massive globalization To some degree, at least, these trends are in opposition and even conflict Patricia Illingworth explores concepts, structures and institutions that we might develop to make their interactions constructive, rather than destructive, and makes the case that social capital is a moral good and that ethics and law can play a vital role in both replenishing our reservoir of social capital, and in sustaining it at higher levels Thisshort, powerful and passionate book argues that social capital should be an essential ethical concept guiding our actions, and explains how one might go about implementing this idea in a positive way.
Us Before Me Ethics and Social Capital for Global Well being In the last three decades we ve experienced increasing intense moral individualism and at the same time we ve witnessed massive globalization To some degree at least these trends are in opposition

  • Title: Us Before Me: Ethics and Social Capital for Global Well-being
  • Author: Patricia Illingworth
  • ISBN: 9780230314436
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
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