New book on finding a moral compass for South Africa
‘Finding a Moral Compass in South Africa’ is the latest addition to AOSIS Scholarly Books‘ collection. The open-access book delves into the quest for a new moral compass in the country, particularly after the promising and buoyant advent of democracy in 1994. The book aims to explore how South Africans can rediscover the moral ideals that shaped the nation’s identity post-colonial and how these ideals can lead to sound moral agency.
The book addresses the current state of moral decay among political leaders, inadequate social planning, and the exploitation of the poor and marginalised. It raises important questions, such as where the country stands at this moment in time and how it can find its way back to an honest, responsible, and humane society that prioritizes the needs of the less privileged. JM Vorster, the author of ‘Finding a Moral Compass in South Africa‘ from the North-West University in South Africa, aims to guide readers towards discovering this compass and to contribute to creating a flourishing community of character in all spheres of life.
AOSIS Scholarly Books is proud to publish this insightful book, which provides a unique perspective on the challenges facing South Africa today. With contributions from acclaimed authors, the book offers readers a chance to engage with a wealth of knowledge and ideas on the quest for a moral compass in contemporary South Africa.
The North-West University of South Africa published this open-access book in partnership with AOSIS Scholarly Books.
The open-access PDF version of ‘Finding a Moral Compass in South Africa’ can now be downloaded. For readers who prefer physical books or e-book versions, the print, ePub, or Kindle versions can be purchased soon from the AOSIS Scholarly Books website. Read the synopsis here.
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