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Zygmunt Bauman's powerful and persuasive study of the postmodern perspective on ethics is particularly welcome. For Bauman the great issues of ethics have lost none of their topicality: they simply need to be seen, and dealt with, in a wholly new way. Our era, he suggests, may actually represent a dawning, rather than a twilight, for ethics.
1. Moral Responsibilities, Ethical Rules.
2. The Elusive Universality.
3. The Elusive Foundations.
4. The Moral Party of Two.
5. Beyond the Moral Party.
6. Social Spaces: Cognitive, Aesthetic, Moral.
7. Private Morals, Pubic Risks.
8. An Overview: In the End is the Beginning.