Chromatikon 9 (IX):121-145 (2013)

Arran Gare
Swinburne University of Technology
The argument presented here is that we live in a nihilistic culture founded on a nihilistic metaphysics, and to recover ethics it is not merely a matter of returning to virtue ethics, as called for by Alasdair MacIntyre, but the development of a new metaphysics and the incorporation of this into a new socio-economic order.
Keywords Ethics  Metaphysics  Process Philosophy  Economics  Civilization
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