Reasons, values, and institutions

Croydon, Vic.: Tertiary Press. Edited by Steve Matthews & Seumas Miller (2002)
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Philosophical exploration of Australia's major social institutions: the family, the political system, the economic system, the media, and science and technology. The book promotes and demonstrates the use of philosophical method in evaluating these institutions with their inherently moral nature, and their conceptual connections. Topics covered include love, sex and the family, filial responsibility, the Australian political system, the economy, media values, the mass media and science and value. Includes case studies, chapter summaries, further reading list and index. Authors are renowned philosophy academics at the Charles Sturt University and the University of Melbourne.

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