For this paper you are allowed to write about the Relational and/or Communitarian Ethicist(s) of your choice whom we encounter in this Unit.
- According to a Relational and/or Communitarian Ethics, how are we to approach life?
- What we are to do, and how we are to be?
- What is our purpose or fulfillment, morally speaking?
- What is the source or substance of ethics, and what is considered to be of surpassing importance (or importance above all else)?
- Finally, how does a Relational and/or Communitarian Ethics provide us with guidance or curbing on understanding and addressing global insecurity and human insecurity today, as framed in Unit 1?