Evolutionary Model of Man
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In this chapter we will discuss the evolutionary model of man which represents a scientific explanation of man, his desires, feelings, and rationality. These factors are important to develop positive ethics (to explain why people have senses of justice and how they make moral choices), normative ethics (to understand better values and goals which people may have) and practical ethics (to shape better educational or regulatory policies).
KeywordsEvolution Rationality Instincts Emotions Rational choice Ethics
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