The Morality Maze Neil M. Daniels

ISBN: 9780879756970

Published: December 1st 1991

Hardcover

227 pages


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The Morality Maze  by  Neil M. Daniels

The Morality Maze by Neil M. Daniels
December 1st 1991 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 227 pages | ISBN: 9780879756970 | 8.21 Mb

People still believe that any behavior is permitted so long as they can get away with it. This attitude makes our current moral situation both confusing and discouraging. In addition, society has lost confidence in traditional methods ofMorePeople still believe that any behavior is permitted so long as they can get away with it. This attitude makes our current moral situation both confusing and discouraging. In addition, society has lost confidence in traditional methods of strengthening morality, be it the family, the schools, religion, or the law.

Our failure to create a peaceful, moral world is all the more disturbing when compared to the tremendous strides we have made in science and its application to business and industry, medicine, communications, transportation, and agriculture.In The Morality Maze, Neil M. Daniels expands the concept of morality by assigning it a scientific base in biology.

In the past, each individual immoral behavior was described and defined, but we failed to discern what they have in common, other than being forbidden. Daniels reveals one simple moral factor that pervades all moral and immoral behavior. This common denominator is a bioenvironmental fact of human ecology. The human ecosystem artifact common to all forms of morality is property, an innovative component of moral ecology theory that has revolutionary implications for moral philosophy, law, education, and daily life.



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