Whatever Happened to Ethics and Civility?
Many blame the feverish pace of modern society and the intensity and ferocity of competition for today's lack of morals and common courtesy. Yet, many more believe that society is impoverished without ethics and civility. Today's expert panelists discuss the waning ethics and civility in American society and debate what, if anything, can be done about it. Joining host Robert Lawrence Kuhn are the founder and president of the Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman; social architect Barbara Marx Hubbard; Yale Law School student Saru Jayaraman; linguist John McWhorter; and theologian Richard Mouw.
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Brabara Marx Hubbard worked for scientific, social, spiritual capacities to address...
Saru Jayaraman advocates fair wages for restaurant workers & empowers young women to make...
John McWhorter is a linguist focusing on Language in America (native, immigrant, creole....