To live ethically, says Peter Singer, you must adopt the "point of view of the universe." This ability to conceptualize how one's actions affect other beings is a key component in many religious traditions.
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Fully agree also. We can find The ethical thinking in many metaphysics aspects specially in relegions like Islam, christianism.......
Fully Agree" Point of View of Universe" (usall): "....putting yourself in position of others.....I'm just one being among many others......have to think of others affected by your actions......"golden rule part of other religions/traditions.....(paraphrased from memory).
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