As a species we have been, and still are, wonderfully inventive, creative and adventurous. But in spite of our microwave ovens and computers, we are still at a very primitive stage of moral development. Postmodernism may well have destroyed ethical certainty, but paradoxically it is this destruction that may help us to make moral progress.
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This may mean that we end up living in smaller, ethically autonomous "tribes", or larger societies which are healthily pluralist and "open".