This book makes a forceful case for the scientific aspirations of ethics and for the necessity of ethics to our humanity. It is written as a challenge to those who are reluctant to recognize that science can deal decisively with questions in ethical theory. It throws new light on group responsibilities, apparent oughtness, and the responsibility we have for expanding our awareness of responsibilities.Astronomy. Less revealing of a selfa#39;s interests, astronomy nevertheless explains the necessity of galactic, solar and ... and how variations in cosmic and solar radiation influence our weather and other ecological conditions of human survival. ... More obvious these days, when rapid consumption of resources has made us aware of their limitation and possible ... Each of the physical sciences and many of their sub-sciences can be studied for the purpose of understanding self as physical.
|Title||:||Ethics, the Science of Oughtness|
|Author||:||Archie J. Bahm|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 1994-01-01|