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CS The Abolition of Man While reading The Abolition of Man by CS 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 didnt 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 wrong has been passed down to us in every kind of information from oratory to internet We have not come up with a new creative idea of how to act in ethics You dont read in a screaming headline NEW WAY TO BE ETHICAL We have just acquired the way to act through the way mankind has evolved Maybe if we live around the beginning then we might be able to be innovative but human nature contains all types of reasoning in which the way we act We all are different in many ways but we all know the ways we could be also We observe others and know what kind of character personality values and some of them we copy from them We are not being innovative but adaptive of thought We look at others and sometimes act accordingly to their nature We all have a personalized nature but we tend to identify and be changeable to other ways besides your own I can relate to Lewis idea of science and magic to what ethical innovators are really doing Magic is something that happens that is impossible much like the innovation of ethics Just like there is no innovation for ethics then there is none for science My idea is that everything is already created we just have to find it How many times have you thought about some cool thing that you could make and would be useful in some way Of course you probably never attempt doing
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