Sunday, May 3, 2009 | Categories: Episodes
What does it mean to think clearly, in moral terms?
How can we talk responsibly about what is right and what is wrong? Where do certainty and uncertainty fit ... in our judgments about morality? And religion?
Big Questions require big answers. Susan Neiman has been wrestling with ideas about good and evil for a long time. She is an American scholar and philosopher who likes taking these big questions, and thinking and writing clearly about them.
In this rebroadcast of an Ideas program, Susan Neiman in conversation with Paul Kennedy about moral clarity.