Introduction to Ethical Culture
This course is designed for individual study. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or comments.
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The course is divided into four sections as follows:
(I) History and Identity
(II) The Primacy of Ethics and Inherent Worth
(III) Nurturing Ethical Relationships
(IV) Ethical Action and Social Justice
Begun in 1876 by Felix Adler, Ethical Culture places ethics at the center of our shared human life. It offers people the support of a community of individuals all wishing to live closer to their ideals.
Diverse in many ways, we share a deep respect for the worth of every person, a desire to build social justice, and a commitment to building ethical relationships. As an educational, religious and social justice movement, Ethical Culture stands out as a common sense alternative to the extremism and intolerance of contemporary times. Sometimes called a religion for people who don’t like religions, we encourage free thought and compassion in all our associations.
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