Darf man Eltern sagen, dass ihre Kinder nerven?
Our lives are full of ethical questions: Is it wrong to fake an orgasm? Is one allowed to find bank robbers charming? Can one pass on a favour? For fifteen years, Rainer Erlinger has been tackling these and other thorny little questions of ethics in the weekly magazine of the Süddeutsche Zeitung. He analyses the relationships and uncovers the structures behind these questions and gives clear, comprehensible, concrete answers. This book presents a selection of the best questions and answers: a moral compass for every-day life.