Summer 2013 - RSA

Summer 2013


In this issue:

Who cares and how will this change as our population ages? Susan Himmelweit investigates how economics and gender shape the nature of the care crisis we now face, and Onora O’Neill argues we should shift our focus from assisted dying to elder care. Stephen T Asma stresses the biological roots of empathy and Robert Farrands argues that operation efficiencies can undermine good care. Other pieces include: An interview with Michael Sandel on the limits of monetisation of social goods and Jonathan Rowson on the need for a public debate about spirituality. 

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