PUBLIC MORALITY AND THE NEED FOR AN ETHOS OF HOSPITALITY

Robert Vosloo

Abstract


This article sketches the prevailing sense of moral crisis with reference to the film
Code Unknown. Following this cultural diagnosis, it analyses three responses to
such a sense of moral crisis and suggests that an ethos of hospitality is necessary for
the sake of public morality. It concludes by offering an analysis of five dimensions
that may be identified with reference to such an ethos of hospitality.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/82-0-898

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