Ethical Guidebook

A discussion of the difference between our personal values and our public ethics, how mature citizens can support both, and why our love for public ethics must trump our love for personal and group values when they conflict in the public space. Ethics offers a guidebook for evaluating public issues and finding multilateral solutions to endless cycles of values centric conflicts and unilateral violence.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Definition of Ethics:
Ethics is support for equitable rules, rights, procedures, and principles that serve to help establish and maintain a level playing field for unbiased, evidence based, nonviolent arbitration of differences while enabling maximum freedom to pursue both commonly held and less commonly held individual and group values.


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