C.S. The Abolition of Man
While reading The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis, I encountered a few questions concerning his view on Ethical Innovation and the dilemma conditioners face. It was a difficult book with many ideas that didnít come completely clear to me at times.
I agree with Lewis theory that ethical innovation is impossible. Everything we base ourselves on according to rational thought, morals, ethics, what is right and
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but begin as amoral. Also, there are multiple endings and ways of concluding a situation that is considered a good action. What ending do we choose for the best result? If we can be shaped by a repeating factor that seems right to most of the people, then is it right, moral, justice, etc? Does everyone have to agree in unison to something for it to be right? Is our government and education system right?