[This is] the doctrine that we cannot accept the command of an authority, however exalted, as the ultimate basis of ethics. For whenever we are faced with a command by an authority, it is our responsibility to judge whether this command is moral or immoral. The authority may have power to enforce its commands, and we may be powerless to resist. But unless we are physically prevented from choosing the responsibility remains ours. It is our decision whether to obey a command, whether to accept authority. - Immanuel Kant
'Lectures and leaflets' subdivides into two overlapping sections. One section contains many of the handouts, questionnaires and other leaflets that I use in my daily one-to-one work with individuals who come to see me for help. The other section contains Powerpoint presentations from past workshops that I've given - some of which I've also developed into handouts. Clicking on the relevant heading below will take you to the section you've chosen.