Making Morality (2000)

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Once, we had the Ten Commandments as a rulebook for life. Today, three-quarters of us think there is no single moral code to live by and no absolutes to judge right and wrong, so where do we look for our moral standards? What are the consequences for an increasingly "anything goes" society? Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and historian David Starkey are among the contributors to the debate.

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