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Sivanantham Dharmalinam, Visiting Professor, NITT, IndiaEssay topic - Food for all : the only unshakable Foundation for Civilization and Ethics"Ethics is the activity of man directed to secure the inner perfection of his own personality." – as per Albert Schweitzer, Nobel Peace Prize Winner.Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy explains “Ethics basically has two dimensions. Firstly, ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms…See More
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Sivanantham Dharmalinam, Visiting Professor, NITT, IndiaEssay topic - Food for all : the only unshakable Foundation for Civilization and Ethics"Ethics is the activity of man directed to secure the inner perfection of his own personality." – as per Albert Schweitzer, Nobel Peace Prize Winner.Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy explains “Ethics basically has two dimensions. Firstly, ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms…See More
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Visiting Professor
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National Institute of Technology
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Environment, Ethics, Globalization, Human Rights
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am an Engineer teaching for students in subjects related to Energy, environment.
I believe that for most of the problems in the world today is due to the unethical means followed by people. I want to learn the new philosophies on adapting ethical means in everything what I do, from this Network.

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Sivanantham Dharmalinam, Visiting Professor, NITT, India

Essay topic - Food for all : the only unshakable Foundation for Civilization and Ethics

"Ethics is the activity of man directed to secure the inner perfection of his own personality." – as per Albert Schweitzer, Nobel Peace Prize Winner.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy explains “Ethics basically has two dimensions. Firstly, ethics refers to well-founded…

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