The Code for Global Ethics: Toward a Humanist Civilization

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Trafford Publishing, Sep 1, 2009 - Ethics - 296 pages
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Is it necessary to be religious to act morally? Dr. Rodrigue Tremblay's answer is no. In this thought-provoking book, Tremblay promotes a humanist philosophy and ideals as they apply to personal living and to public decision-making in an open, just and democratic society. When people say they believe in religion, they usually mean they believe in a moral standard for themselves, their children and society in general. Obviously, most people prefer to live in a moral world than in an amoral or immoral one. The Code for Global Ethics outlines a progressive and modern code of global ethics summarized in ten general and universal humanist rules without reference to a religious worldview or paradigm. The themes include: ratively to build a better world.

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