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In your opinion,what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

"A man is ethical only when life as such is sacred to him."- Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)German,French Philosopher and 1952 Nobel prize Winner.We face many challenges in our day to day life.The roots of this is often deeply embedded in our knowledge of ethics.At this stage,even though there is more than one major crisis to handle in our hands;I believe that the greatest challenge,yet to be solved is "We".Yes, Us humans have committed many an irreparable damage to our environment and…See More
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Hafsa Asath Ali posted a blog post

In your opinion,what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

"A man is ethical only when life as such is sacred to him."- Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)German,French Philosopher and 1952 Nobel prize Winner.We face many challenges in our day to day life.The roots of this is often deeply embedded in our knowledge of ethics.At this stage,even though there is more than one major crisis to handle in our hands;I believe that the greatest challenge,yet to be solved is "We".Yes, Us humans have committed many an irreparable damage to our environment and…See More
Dec 7, 2017
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In your opinion,what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

"A man is ethical only when life as such is sacred to him."- Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)German,French Philosopher and 1952 Nobel prize Winner.We face many challenges in our day to day life.The roots of this is often deeply embedded in our knowledge of ethics.At this stage,even though there is more than one major crisis to handle in our hands;I believe that the greatest challenge,yet to be solved is "We".Yes, Us humans have committed many an irreparable damage to our environment and…See More
Dec 7, 2017
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In your opinion,what is the greatest ethical challenge facing the world today?

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"A man is ethical only when life as such is sacred to him."

- Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)

German,French Philosopher and 1952 Nobel prize Winner.

We face many challenges in our day to day life.The roots of this is often deeply embedded in our knowledge of ethics.At this…

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