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Fair Shares by Timothy Gorringe
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Offering a searching ethical analysis of the issues, Professor Gorringe argues that the hubris of the present global market is destroying communities and seriously damaging the planet: we are living in a modern version of the Midas myth - people can't eat money. Justice in its broadest sense - fair shares for all - is held up as the prime virtue of human communities. Practical suggestions are offered for an ethical transformation. This would replace the spiralling profit-driven system with a steady-state economy that meets not only human needs, material and otherwise, but also the needs of other species and the environment.… (more)

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