The Ethical Dimension of Human Nature: A New Realist Theory
This paper focuses on the human individual in relation to the recently introduced ethical theory, the Principal of Goodness.
||Principle of Goodness, Ethics, Science and Humanity, Origin of Ethics
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 8, pp.79-86.
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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. The theory arose after a journey of spiritual and metaphysical exploration that she undertook with her husband Ron House. Gitie and Ron have jointly developed this principle
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.
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