Monday, 3 May 2010

Out of sight, out of mind

"While the sins of our forebears are all too evident, the wickedness of our own age is much harder to discern. It would take a great deal of moral certitude, a kind of ethical hubris, to suppose that we are the first generation in human history not to be blind to some kind of systemic wrongdoing."
What is the great moral blind spot of our time? Essay in today's Independent