On the Minimal Global Ethic

In Patriotic Elaborations: Essays in Practical Philosophy. Montreal, QC, Canada: (2009)
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An account of two sources of the "minimal global ethic," one interpretive and the other creative. Humour, more specifically slapstick, is the interpretive source, while "revelation" as present in both Rabbinic Judaism and Modernism is the creative source. The question of the ethic and conflict is then briefly discussed. This version, posted 25 June 2022, is a revised form of the chapter from the book published in 2009.
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