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January 11, 2007



'The crucial questions are about our ethical obligations to those distant in time and space, and about our ideas and ideals for the world we want for our descendants and for the rest of our own lives.'

This is by far the most important point made here. There is a danger that we will be blustered into such debates and lead away from the far more important ethical issues.

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