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Education would be so much more effective if its purpose were to ensure that by the time they leave school every boy and girl should know how much they don't know, and be imbued with a lifelong desire to know it.

Sir William Haley

 

 

The degradation of love and the fallacy of reason.

The following is an ongoing essay on ethics. It is not eco-ethics, see my links page, although I do maintain that we cannot separate human ethics from the eco-system that is our home, this planet Earth. 

It is clearly time for a more holistic approach to ethics, but that is not really to address something new so much as to redress something that has been too much ignored throughout history, save by a few, to our very great cost. 

It is ethics that separates us from beasts. Mere labour, scientific and religious endeavor or sentiment are not of themselves enough. If we leave unexamined our motives, justice, injustice and morality we are, despite all our technical sophistication and advances, vagabonds in the face of our potential.

A revolution is required, but not as we understand revolution in any historical sense. It is a personal revolution relevant to each and every one of us. It cannot be enforced, only chosen.

 

2000 Keith Lindsay-Cameron. All rights reserved.