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Shelf life of ethics

It poses the question of the shelf life of ethics.
Let's think about that for a moment.
(In the original question, the term "ethics" is used.
united as being synonymous with "ethics.")

1.P) Most ethics change after about two or three generations, but are there some things that never change? And what makes some things change? It is really fun to think about these questions.

Mr. Chikirin 2021/5/25 #231 Net expiration date for ethics (Mom. Perhaps an expiration date?)


*On a walk



Question Determination and Intent

If you answer the question itself carefully, the amount of blogs you can write in a day.
We believe that it will far outstrip the

So, the first step is to determine the question and the intent of the question.
Begin by prefacing and setting the direction of the question.

First, the vocabulary within the question will need to be clarified.

"ethics (ethics)," or "absolutes," or "change."
We need to clarify the definition of words in this area.
The interpretation from the front is that it is not close to the content.

Ethics" and "absolute" are words that have long been under consideration.
I think it is tremendous to talk about just these two things.

Even if we touch on the definition of ethics for a moment.
Perhaps the intent of the question itself is to get to this kind of detailed meaning.
Without taking into account that "the fundamental ideas (ethics here) of the individual, which are fixedly referred to as
Surprisingly, it hasn't lasted, but what's the cause?" and "What is the cause?
I think I understand that it is about the same.

The question of cause, if not to the point of argumentation, is
I will try to answer.


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Scope of Ethics

Before I answer, I'd like to know what the vocabulary of ethics refers to.
Let me get this straight.

Ethics (学) was imported by Tetsujiro Inoue when he imported the vocabulary of the Meiji period.
This is a translation of the word Ethics.

The word "ethics" in Japanese has existed since about the 17th century, and
The aspect of the rules' place in the norms of society is
It is a word with many words.

On the other hand, in terms of Ethics.
Around Aristotle as Virtue Ethics.
It is coming out.
If it is Spinoza's Ethica, within pantheism.
Heresy in the Face of God and Myself
A relationship emerges. somewhat compared to the "ethics" of Japan.
It is closer to the relationship between the individual and God.

In Bentham's utilitarianism, too.
Ethics is emerging as a value judgment.

It's also a long story to touch on.
In Kant, in judging ethics
A special idea that comes up is the concept of "the thing itself.

Thus, any number of things can be done by some kind of detailed discussion.
I can do that, but a detailed discussion of vocabulary is a good place to start, and I'd like to see Chikirin's
I feel we are getting away from the essence of the question.

"Is there anything that will never change?" You can also ask, "Is there anything that will never change?
It's enough in colloquial language, but it's more than about ethics.
By the talk of "absolutes."
Another incomprehensible argument about "absolute" and "relative".
There is a possibility of heading in the right direction.

So, we decide that it is not quite the same thing to pry into vocabulary.


Due to expansion of desire and realization

In reality, "freedom of self-determination" is the pursuit of individual happiness.
The development of science and technology has expanded the range of desires that can be fulfilled.
The idea is that the ethics of not doing XX will change.
One answer is what we present here.

Bioethics to destroy ES cells (embryonic stem cells).
While there was strong opposition, I don't have a strong sense of those ethics.
research in the group, rather than talk about it being unethical.
The emphasis has increasingly been placed on the increase in the number of events that can be fulfilled.

It was an era that had little to do with technology.
In Committee on Homosexual Crimes and Prostitution.
John Stuart Mill said.
'It is only through norms that society can regulate the actions of individuals.
Only if it causes harm to others".

In not causing harm.
Ethics is the expansion of technological possibilities that
As it is determined that it can be achieved without difficulty, the
They will come to the decision that it is not unethical.


In harming others.
Ethical boundaries are less likely to waver than otherwise.

I'm sure we can come up with a few more case studies and such.
Ethics is about personal freedom, the expansion of desires that can be fulfilled in the pursuit of happiness, and the development of a new way of thinking about the world.
To the extent that they do not harm others in the development of technology
To the extent that "its content can be easily changed," it can be said.

Consideration of cases of harm, etc.
I could go deeper, though.
We put this together as a prototype for one phase.


[Editor's Postscript
While catching insects, I found red locusts.
Another child nearby, who was

That sucks blood!" And.

I went home and checked to see if there were any such locusts.
It seems to be simply a mutation.

But it's a myth among children.
There were things that were spoken about, weren't there?

[Exercise record].
Stretching ○ Muscle training

Child-rearing diary (4 years old, 0 years old)
The older children were catching butterflies and grasshoppers at the bug hunt.
We were catching a lot of them.

I also take a bang, so I guess I am getting used to touching them.
My older son is moving so fast.
I pity the targeted insects a bit, though.

By the way.

Where's Kamataro?"

It is like that.

Catching praying mantis is my next goal.