A Question of Trust

A Question of Trust Can trust be restored by making people and institutions accountable Or do complex systems of accountability and control damage trust Onora O Neill challenges current approaches investigates sources o

  • Title: A Question of Trust
  • Author: Onora O'Neill
  • ISBN: 9780521529969
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can trust be restored by making people and institutions accountable Or do complex systems of accountability and control damage trust Onora O Neill challenges current approaches, investigates sources of deception in our society and re examines questions of press freedom This year s Reith Lectures present a philosopher s view of trust and deception and ask whether anCan trust be restored by making people and institutions accountable Or do complex systems of accountability and control damage trust Onora O Neill challenges current approaches, investigates sources of deception in our society and re examines questions of press freedom This year s Reith Lectures present a philosopher s view of trust and deception and ask whether and how trust can be restored in modern democracy.

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    1. I read the five lectures, found here: bbc/print/radio4/reith2002/. TED talk on same topic: ted/talks/onora_o_neill_what_we_don_t_understand_about_trustmlAll the text I highlighted:Spreading Suspicion - Lecture 1Confucius told his disciple Tsze-kung that three things are needed for government: weapons, food and trust. If a ruler can't hold on to all three, he should give up the weapons first and the food next. Trust should be guarded to the end: "without trust we cannot stand"The sociologist Nikl [...]

    2. O┬┤Neil brings up a topic to become the centre of the discussion as we are headed to a kind of accountability overdose, which has the potential to ultimately undermining trust.

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