Loving as heeding the vocation of humanization

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Lecture from PHIL 2306, Intro to Ethics, 07March2023: Finding the ground for ethical theory and moral action. I propose that most “vicious” / vice-ridden reactivity to our circumstances arises from dehumanization. Therefore, if there is a place where we can overcome such a perspective it must be in the realm of humanization. And throughout the lecture I do my best to disclose listening for the call to humanize as loving: Taking care, being filled with care so that we enact fully “Do no harm.”

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