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Are Australians becoming more selfish? Does it matter? (And if it does, what can we do about it?)

16 Oct 2006
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In his 2006 Stegley Lecture Irving Saulwick argues that there are two social tectonic plates operating in Australia. They coexist, sometimes, occasionally, live in harmony with each other, and sometimes cause tension at their interface. The first we will call the 'Consequences of Change and Uncertainty' plate. The second we will call the 'Australian Inheritance' plate.

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2006
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