Ethicist and politician, Mary Warnock has powerful things to say on the moral crisis facing our society in the aftermath of the expenses scandal. In this secular sermon she puts forward a convincing and considered argument for how we’ve lost the habit of seeking out the moral element in questions and situations that we face, and, too often are in situations when money trumps all values. The answer, she argues, is to separate morals from religion and to re-inject the language of morality in daily life.
Baroness Mary Warnock is one of Britain’s leading public figures. She is a philosopher of morality, education and mind and has written extensively on existentialism and ethics.
This secular sermon took place at Conway Hall on Sunday 28 March 2010.
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