Millennium Magazine 2001

December 21, 2000


Our first Millennium Magazine looked back over the past 1,000 years of intellectual achievement. This follow-up looks forward and asks by what values we should live in the years to come.


Auriol Stevens: Editorial  

Fay Weldon: Towards a grand universal morality  

<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Environment
George Monbiot: The fattest of times, the thinnest of times  
Steve Farrar: Is climate change too hot to handle?  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Family and demography
Susan Richards: How wealth wreaks family havoc  
Phil Baty: Stop calling for a return to family values that were never lost  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Space
Colin Pillinger: Anybody out there?  
Simon Singh: Telescopes after Hubble  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Human rights
Human rights -->
Francesca Klug: Values for a Godless age  
Karen Gold: Moral rights, global responsibilities  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Health <b style="font-size:12px;"> Health -->
Susan Greenfield: The genetic challenge to our values  
Geoff Watts: Cures for the body's killers  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> Work and community
Peter Nolan: Changing patterns of labour  
Anne Sebba: Work smarter, not harder  
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<B style="FONT-SIZE: 12px"> War
Mary Kaldor: Modern conflict without risk  
Tim Cornwell: Where will the next flash points be?  
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