The purpose of this book is to explore a new ethical theory I like to call the Utopian Theory; the theory is called Utopian to express the inclusion of everyone and the exclusion of no one - Utopia: where all are included in every aspect of society; all have the opportunity at happiness in their life. A way of thinking and or believing that can bring a more peaceful existence to life. A Utopia where the opportunity for happiness involves everyone without alienating anyone for any reason is essential. The hope is to spark interest in a successful theory that renders the inception of such a way of thinking that allows a society to exist first in our minds and then in practice. The Utopian theory concepts are based and have harmony across major ideologies such as religion, science, and nature. Also, the theory supports and echoes the necessary balance that is necessary for harmony and peace in every aspect of life. Would it not be wonderful to enjoy such a society not only in dreams but in reality? You are what you think! We will explore the current ethical theories and the utopian theory. The utopian theory will be measured against science, nature, religion, and societies' challenges. From the ancient times, the middle ages, the renaissance, the enlightenment and modern times' humans have created great ideas that have had and still have a lasting impact on the way we function and react to one another in society. From monotheism, humanism, utopia, equality, genetics, and pragmatism, to the world-wide-web have shaped society and formed social interaction which started from a single idea.
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|Size: ||3.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633067547 (DRM-EPUB)|
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