• Zekkari Mohamed
    1
    Research on nature of ‘’Violence’’ has a long tradition, at first with ethical and philosophical currants, we could find its indicators early in Plato’s dialogues but the thing that characterize this phase is the intertwining between ethical and political approaches, as matter of principal for Greek Philosophers there was no separation, we know today that every thoughts has a specific context following those premise we could say that the moral judgment on Violence varies according to conceptual compositions for every doctrine. So, what we can do to face violence? what are the solutions to make peacefull world?
  • christian2017
    177


    I certainly don't think we should follow the teachings of Stalin, Hitler or Mao (China). I believe people need to have a fear of severe consequences for violence against others. And ofcourse there are other factors that anger people as well.
  • Valentinus
    356
    There are lots of separations between the "political" versus the "ethical" in Greek philosophy.
    They were consumed by the topic.
    All of them.
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