After the Terror asks why the events of September 11th were wrong and what terrorism tells us about ourselves and our moral obligations. This philosophical and moral reflection by Ted Honderich - truly described by CounterPunch in America as Britain's outstanding radical philosopher - is moral philosophy that engages with reality. It reaches to the moral core of our lives. Ted Honderich does not respect the moral confidence of our leaders and others. He defends a morality of humanity that requires us to think about our lives, and to act up against our democratic governments.
Subjects: Political Science
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