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Extraterrestrial Turning Point: From Man-unkind to Meridian-kind?
作者
Author Charles Tandy
Keywords Camus (Albert Camus); Human nature; Obligations; Omniverse theory; Peace; Political philosophy; Rawls (John Rawls); Resurrection; Rights; Singularity (as in Technological Singularity)
摘要
Abstract It is concluded that the philosophy of Albert Camus provides insight helpful to the ethical-political development and application of (Charles Tandy's) Omniverse Theory. Such insights help expand Omniverse Theory with respect to pragmatic proposals meant to improve terrestrial society, ban extraterrestrial weapons, and proactively structure an extraterrestrial world at stable peace fit for free persons living in self-sufficient green-habitat intentional communities. Conceptually, it was found that individual rights are ethically required and that these individual rights in turn ethically require mutual obligations. Such a perpetually-evolving peaceful-and-free world society ("Meridiankind") cuts across generations, generating an ethical imperative to develop anti-death science-technology with the ability to resurrect all of the dead.
醫病關係中的癌末真相告知 — 從權力倫理原則到臨床專精的展現
/ 許樹珍、林明慧、歐美、陳祖裕、黃淑鶴    Shuh-Jen Sheu, Ming-Hwai Lin, Meei Ou, Cho-Yu Chan, Shu-He Huang
1
以病人為中心的醫病關係
/ 郭素珍    Su-Chen Kuo
73
從人工流產醫療決策難題反思醫病關係的影響力
/ 李玉嬋    Yu-Chan Li
91
臨床試驗所蘊含的醫病關係新視野-癌症專科醫師的口述訪談剪影
/ 蔡篤堅、梁妃儀、陳妤嘉    Duu-Jian Tsai, Fei-Yi Liang, Yu-Chia Chen
107
醫病關係=關懷關係?
/ 廖瑞琪    
127
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