Morality and Globalisation
‘Globalisation’ is word which is becoming increasingly beloved of examiners. Unfortunately it is an ambiguous term with at least three meanings – a sharing of cultural values and practices, a cultural idea, an increased economic interdependence, an economic idea, and a tendency to create and rely on supranational political organisations, a political idea. The debt crisis in Greece poses some interesting ethical questions which involve two of these globalisation concepts, the political and economic. Read more...
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