Monday, April 27, 2015

An Attempt at a Universal Ethic IV: Universality

Universality is an important component of any moral philosophy worth its salt. If an ethic can't be universalized, then it does no good, as it doesn't apply to everyone. I hope to show that the ethic as described in part one is not only universalizable, but when formulated as a maxim it approaches universal law. And further, not only a universal law for humans, but for all of animalkind in the rest of the universe.
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