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This resource addresses questions about morality, as well as about concepts like good and bad, right and wrong, justice, moral excellence, viz., character traits or qualities valued as being good, valued as promoting individual and social well being. In addition it will discuss Meta-ethics, and will operate on the premises that an understanding of the concepts ‘good’ and ‘bad’ is logically prior to a comprehension of the concepts ‘morally good’ and ‘morally bad’, The essay will also address Normative Ethics, and will talk about the practical means of determining a moral course of action. The resource further address Applied Ethics, and indicate how moral outcomes can be achieved in specific situations.It is a unified theory because it follows from an 'axiom' which, in this case, is the contextual definition of the word "good." Also by annexing an additional axiom (namely, that sets may have sizes) the basic dimension of value are derived. One of these dimensions results in a definition of the field under consideration, namely, Ethics. From that concept various principles are obtained by strict deduction; so that a logical thread binds the entire project together making it a coherent body of knowledge, capable of being applied relevantly to real-life experience. The booklet also offers several weblinks to encourage and facilitate further study. It is a rich harvest of stimulating ideas for those who have an interest in this field of Ethics. It is provocative of discussion. It presents a new paradigm or frame-of-reference with the aim of increasing the amount of useful information in this world.
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