we are in Greece, in the fourth century A.C.. A group of students, among which Aristotleis, attend a lesson in ethics. All students are surprised, and disappointed: speaking of arithmetic and geometry.
Initially they think they have the wrong course, incredulous and appalled continue to listen.
"... The talk about fine in their meaning logical and ontological must grasp through calculations, measurements and reports Mathematicians "
It is overturned the traditional conception for which l 'ethics, the live fine, It is gathered by morality. What moral?
The morale religious, accepted for faith? Personal morality and therefore fragmentary,expression of the individual and therefore many morals all different and in contrast between them?
No, moral understood as correct way of thinking, as reasoning.
Non faith blindly into something far superior to us and elusive, not the absence of moral and not moral conflict million.
Through correct reasoning, Whatever method you get used to the same solution.
An 'ethics that solves problems as they arise, that needs no written laws and impositions.
If you can translate the reality in terms of measurements and calculations, you should be able to do so (or at least groped) also for the Fine, that is not something questionable or imposed, but it is obtained through reasoning and the correct method.
If today, for many people the brain and intellect are a burden, hard to bear,
and freedom of thought, sometimes it leads to isolation and loneliness, in a society that forces us
to embrace and share the thought of someone else, to buy what we would
need, to appreciate what they actually do not like, this Maestro so off topic then was not ...

LESSON OF ETHICS: THE THEOREM DI PITAGORA last edit: Saturday,30 December 12:56, 2006 the nabladue
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