Maimonides offers one of the most important accounts of how we reconcile charity and justice in practice.
The poem Euthanasia by Elizabeth Jennings imagines life after assisted dying becomes normal.
Rights are a vital part of civil society and human rights must be realised within existing legal and social structures.
Targets and incentives pervert proper management and undermine trust.
Seemingly democratic structures can be corrupted to become despotic and stifling.
Few talk about loyalty unless they are considering an act of disloyalty.
We must live our lives with imagination. We must tell and listen to the stories.
It is shocking how some of our leaders really think most of us are worthless.