Y-City Publishing LLC
ETHICS should be the gold standard by which we measure all of our widely variable morals. Using our current knowledge as to our universe and human development, the correct definition of ethics should be: that behavior system which provides the greatest opportunity for all life forms to exist, in equilibrium, and the greatest opportunity for all those life forms to achieve fulfillment. The reasons for, and implications of that definition, in all the various aspects of our lives, are explored.
Carl Schowengerdt grew up in a family of ministers, became a thoracic surgeon, and spent most of his career taking care of lung cancer patients