By Alison Assiter
Assiter argues that there's a strand of Kierkegaard’s writing that gives a metaphysical photograph that recognises the dependence of individuals upon each other. He deals an ethical outlook, derived from this, that encourages humans to ‘love’ each other.
Inspired through Kierkegaard, Assiter is going directly to argue that it really is necessary to target wishes instead of rights in ethical and political pondering and to protect the view that you will need to care approximately others who can be a ways faraway from every one people. moreover, she argues, it is vital that we deal with people who are on the subject of us, well.
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