Michael Franch

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? I suspect I’m like many of you in that most of the people in my life think...
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Richard Kiniry

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? Thomas Paine famously described the dilemma faced by those fighting for freedom...
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Hugh Taft-Morales

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? Expressing Respect in Difficult Situations It’s appropriate that our first...
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Joe Chuman

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? “But what about Hitler?” It is a question I have heard frequently from newcomers...
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Amanda Poppei

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? I often take great comfort in the fact that Felix Adler, the founder of Ethical...
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James White

Given that respect for human dignity is arguably the central value of Ethical Culture, how do we express that dignity in concrete ways towards people whom we do not like or are socially destructive? I was beginning to absorb Felix Adler’s ethical theory in greater depth at...
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