A Probe on the Universal Ethics Ideas Construction Based on the Modern Civilization

Mingqin WEI, Jing SUN, Zongyuan SU


As the limited rational beings, humans have never stopped exploring the meaning of self-survival and relations of people-to-people and people-to-nature in the process of human civilization. The knowledge acquired by humans becomes richer with the development of history, to a large extent it brings freedom for the people to change the world according to their own will. However by comparing with these achievements, contradictions and conflicts of people-to-people and people-to-nature have never been actually decreased with the achievements increasing. In order to alleviate and solve such contradictions and conflicts, on the background of the new modern civilization, the construction of the universal ethics based on humanity might be a way out of this dilemma.


Human civilization; Ethics; Humanity; Universal ethics

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