New Philosophy of Plural World, New Ethics of Empathy

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Abstract

The philosophy of binary plurality of the World with its branching evolution and converging devolution is the most general concept of Universe, doctrine about life. It is knowledge of binary plurality of subjects and of phenomena joining in different parities dual multitude of opposite qualities existing with branching and convergences World. The philosophy of binary plurality of the World with its branching evolution and with converging devolution may promote explanation of an opportunity of more objective interaction of the person with the World [1]-[3]. New ecological ethics of empathy may conform to new philosophy: it takes into account the plurality of all subjects and phenomenon. Author proposes new ecological ethics of empathy to life of nature, of understanding (from position of human life) all complexity and difficulty of life of animate organisms in nature [4]. Ethics of empathy do not demand love to all creations of wildlife; it does not demand reverence for all forms of life. This ethics supposes deep understanding of their indispensability and necessity. All living organisms, all forms of life are necessary and invaluable for nature; they cannot be replaced with other organisms. They do not demand creation for them more favorable, comfort and sparing conditions of life. This ethics is the most real ethics.

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Tetior, A. (2015) New Philosophy of Plural World, New Ethics of Empathy. Open Access Library Journal, 2, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101193.

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[4] Tetior, A. (2000) Plurality of Environmental Ethics. Nature, Moscow, 63 p.

  
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