“If we look around us, there is no doubt that the question of ethics is currently more complex than it has ever been,” writes the author of this paper, who examines the existential importance that the question of ethics carries in modern times. The author believes that out of this age of confusion and difference, what is needed is an ethic that emphasizes community and mutual understanding. We cannot rely on capital T truth or the ethicists that came before us. Instead, once we realize our dialectical, interdependent identity, we will be able to increase our mutual conversation and acceptance. The author pays special attention to the relationship of the Jewish culture to African American culture, as well as the gay culture to straight culture.
"A Question of Ethics,"
Episteme: Vol. 7
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.denison.edu/episteme/vol7/iss1/5