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Moral Questions

Everyone is interested in ethics. We all have our own ideas about what is right and what is wrong and how we can tell the difference. Philosophers and bishops discuss moral "mazes" on the radio. People no longer behave as they should.

THE COUNT~'/ IS IN A STATE Of MORAL DEcLtNE AND THEr2E IS NO r2ESPECT fDQ AU1We.J1Y ANY MOtiE!

WE NEE'P 'fv\o~AL, MISSION STA7fMfN1S'.1

WE MUST Gt=T ''BAD( 1'0 8ASIC~~'/

Pos.TMODE£N Ra.ATIVISM HA<3. LED US J>JTO A NIGHiMARE OF U1'1CEeTAINTY ANP 1 MOllAL CHAOS.

So we're told . But there have always been "moral panics". Plato thought 4th century B.C. Athens was doomed because of the wicked ethical scepticism of the Sophist philosophers and the credulity of his fellow citizens.

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