Ireland’s Moral Crisis – A Philosophical Perspective: Part 1

Ireland’s moral crisis – a philosophical perspective: part 1

Ireland is undergoing a profound moral crisis and has been since at least the late 1950’s, but it’s only in the last twenty years or so that its effects have become very palpable, and in the last ten, that its consequences are starting to significantly transform Irish society. The domestic pre-history of this crisis is a complicated issue which I will leave aside for the moment. What interests me here ...

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