What Kind of Relation is There between Ethics and the Surpassing?

Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 10:311-316 (2008)
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This paper describes the relation between the surpassing and ethics. It first describes how we re-think the surpassing. We divide it into a non-reflective and a reflective level. Next we link it to ethics. The point we want to make is that in order for something to be ethical it needs a surpassing element. Yet not all surpassing elements lead to ethics. Therefore, we will first delineate the surpassing.

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