It’s nice to see the ideals of Jaspers, of Moore, McIntyre, and many others, are beautiful, noble concepts which arise from a spirit of acceptance to change, there are authors who manage academic concepts very important and interesting, but are hollow, devoid of sense concepts if not they contextualize and especially if you don’t know understand the individual within a socio-historical factIf the concept does not understand to be in relation to itself and the other, where the policy was so outdated as education, where weapons were instruments and change agents like books and ideologies, where post-war was a wound that remains open, does not have any case understand hedonism, pleasure, justice, good, good, without understanding the suffering of human beings, their intentions, and especially their willingness to grow, without understanding that profiting from human feelings is a huge social sin, where the most valuable of the being is its be, your thinking, your self, that nobody be it could give or removed, although sometimes believes that the moral evolution occurs through an involution, a human kick through the loss of values for supposedly return to other new or better, through the lack of dignity and believing that technology will help re-valorar that lost identity. REFERENCES: Dussel, Enrique. Some reflections on the naturalistic fallacy DINOIA, 2001. Clammer, John. Transcending Modernity? Individualism, ethics and Japanese discourses of differences in the Post War world Sophia University, Tokyo Japan. Online reference: Steven, Mark.
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