A New Way Needs a New Foundation: The Principle of Goodness, Law and Society
The Principle of Goodness is a newly introduced realist theory of ethics. This paper examines the kinds of consequences for our laws and social systems.
||Law, Social Systems, Ethics, Principle of Goodness, Organisation of Society, Realism, Third Way
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.9-18.
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Ron House M.Sc. (mathematics). The author is a lecturer in computer science at the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba Australia, with long-standing interests in philosophy, ethics and religion. He was one of the original planners of that University's cross-cultural course, Australia, Asia, and the Pacific, which aimed to promote cooperation and understanding across the many cultures and peoples of the region. The ethical theory described in this paper arose after a journey of spiritual and metaphysical exploration that he undertook in conjunction with his wife, Gitie House.
Gitie House B.Sc Hons (Physics) has worked in the field of Information Systems over twenty years with extensive experience as manager of Information Systems development projects and services. Gitie is a co-developer of the ethical theory described in this paper and has pursued life-long interests in philosophy, religion and ethics.
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