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Ethics for a Finite World (Paperback) An Essay Concerning a Sustainable Future. By Herschel Elliott. Fulcrum Publishing, , pp. Publication Date: August 1, . A Modern Ethic for a Finite World. At some point, presumably before leaving the relative comfort of Africa and overrunning the more hostile climes and lesser higher primates of Eurasia, ancient man created powerful taboos some of which survive to the present : Zanga Chimombo. Ethics for a Finite World Paperback – Aug. 15 by Herschel Elliott (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ CDN$ 5/5(1). Click on the image to order or find more books like this. Review of Ethics for the Real World, by Ronald A. Howard and Clinton D. Korver (Hardcover, ) (You can print this review in landscape mode, if you want a hardcopy) Reviewer: Mark Lamendola, author of over 6, articles. This is perhaps the best book on ethics that I have ever g: finite world.
Ethics for the Real World is a book that attempts to make it easier for you to make ethical decisions in your personal and business lives. Ultimately, this book proved less useful to me than I had hoped, being a fairly high-level analysis of most things.4/5. That leads to a pragmatic refutation of the belief that moral knowledge is certain and infallible. If a growing population faces a scarcity of resources, then an ethics of universal human rights with equality and justice for all will fail. Those who survive will inevitably live by a different ethics. 'Tim Jackson's book is a powerful intellectual challenge to an economic orthodoxy out of touch with the real world of physical limits, global warming and peaking oil reserves. It is refreshingly rigorous, honest and hopeful.' - Ann Pettifor, Fellow of the new economics foundation and co-author of the Green New Deal/5(45). Ethics for the Real World is a book that attempts to make it easier for you to make ethical decisions in your personal and business lives. Ultimately, this book proved less useful to me than I had hoped, being a fairly high-level analysis of most things. Useful insights in this book included the separation of issues into legal, prudential and 3/5(2).
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