Monthly Archives: January 2014

Rigorous Ethics (part 4): Boris Johnson’s ethics is delusional because it serves him well

In the previous posts in this series I’ve explored the ethical stance that underlines Boris Johnson’s political world-view. The result is harsh, my last conclusion was: “Boris’ position looks bankrupt: it doesn’t work in theory, it doesn’t work in practice

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Rigorous Ethics (part 3): Boris in practice, does it make any sense?

We have seen before how the ethical stance that underlines Boris Johnson’s outlook is firmly grounded on materialistic considerations: competition is universal and can be exploited to improve society. In the previous post I’ve exposed some theoretical weaknesses of this

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