No moral consensus on Ireland's future
Published 17/09/2013 | 05:00
* There is insufficient moral consensus in Ireland to ground consideration of the country's future.
The clash of antagonistic wills, evident in the abortion debate and in current discussion of what to do in Syria or with our economy, often parades as rational debate, leaving us with little more than intensified divisions.
The latest Anglo Tapes further confirm that the management of our banks degenerated into incoherence.