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Real American Ethics: Taking Responsibility for Our Country (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 26. Februar 2008

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""Real American Ethics" is original and truly impressive. In many ways it is a summation of Albert Borgmann's lifetime project, with the emphasis on a philosophy and ethics that is neither liberal nor conservative but instead invested in a concrete reality and human satisfaction. His understanding that consumerism is the great enemy of reality in our time is profound, nonideological, and deeply helpful to any readers concerned not only about their country, but about their own lives."--Bill McKibben

0;The key word in the title of Albert Borgmann7;s new book is 6;real.7; He shows us how an increasing tendency for Americans to live in a virtual world undermines our very understanding of ethical responsibility. In a dangerous world and an often unhappy society we need to face reality (or 6;get real7; as current jargon would put it) if we are to do the right thing. Reading this book can be a major step in the right direction.1;2;Robert Bellah
-- Robert Bellah (07/06/2006)

0; "Real American Ethics" is original and truly impressive. In many ways it is a summation of Albert Borgmann7;s lifetime project, with the emphasis on a philosophy and ethics that is neither liberal nor conservative but instead invested in a concrete reality and human satisfaction. His understanding that consumerism is the great enemy of reality in our time is profound, nonideological, and deeply helpful to any readers concerned not only about their country, but about their own lives.1;--Bill McKibben

"This delightful reflection on American ethics has a double appeal. On the one hand is Borgmann''s clear articulation of the predominant Kantian theoretical base and the desire for a workable practical ethics. On the other is his incisive criticism of the way ethical theory and practical ethics misses the heart of the American enterprise. . . . Highly recommened."--Choice

"Real American Ethics is original and truly impressive. In many ways it is a summation of Albert Borgmann's lifetime project, with the emphasis on a philosophy and ethics that is neither liberal nor conservative but instead invested in a concrete reality and human satisfaction. His understanding that consumerism is the great enemy of reality in our time is profound, nonideological, and deeply helpful to any readers concerned not only about their country, but about their own lives."--Bill McKibben

"Solid and insightful. . . . Real American Ethics supports, enriches, and deepens important directions being taken in contemporary American ethics." -- Leonard J. Weber "Technology and Culture"

"There is much to commend in this volume, not least of which is Borgmann''s accessible writing style. Newcomers to both philosophy and Borgmann''s work will also appreciate his penchant for moving beyond diagnosing the ills of contemporary culture to offering prescriptions for its renewal." -- Paul C. Heidebrecht "The Conrad Grebel Review"

"Solid and insightful. . . . "Real American Ethics" supports, enriches, and deepens important directions being taken in contemporary American ethics."--Leonard J. Weber "Technology and Culture "

"The key word in the title of Albert Borgmann's new book is 'real.' He shows us how an increasing tendency for Americans to live in a virtual world undermines our very understanding of ethical responsibility. In a dangerous world and an often unhappy society we need to face reality (or 'get real' as current jargon would put it) if we are to do the right thing. Reading this book can be a major step in the right direction."

--Robert Bellah (07/06/2006)

"Real American Ethics" is original and truly impressive. In many ways it is a summation of Albert Borgmann s lifetime project, with the emphasis on a philosophy and ethics that is neither liberal nor conservative but instead invested in a concrete reality and human satisfaction. His understanding that consumerism is the great enemy of reality in our time is profound, nonideological, and deeply helpful to anyreaders concerned not only about their country, but about their own lives. --Bill McKibben"

Real American Ethics is original and truly impressive. In many ways it is a summation of Albert Borgmann s lifetime project, with the emphasis on a philosophy and ethics that is neither liberal nor conservative but instead invested in a concrete reality and human satisfaction. His understanding that consumerism is the great enemy of reality in our time is profound, nonideological, and deeply helpful to anyreaders concerned not only about their country, but about their own lives. --Bill McKibben"

The key word in the title of Albert Borgmann s new book is real. He shows us how an increasing tendency for Americans to live in a virtual world undermines our very understanding of ethical responsibility.In a dangerous world and an often unhappy society we need to face reality (or get real as current jargon would put it) if we are to do the right thing.Reading this book can be a major step in the right direction.
--Robert Bellah (07/06/2006)"

"Solid and insightful. . . . Real American Ethics supports, enriches, and deepens important directions being taken in contemporary American ethics."--Leonard J. Weber "Technology and Culture "

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Inspires and encourages citizens of America to improve their country by choosing where to live, learning how to spend their money, and taking action to reshape their cities, focusing on the power of the nation's most enduring institutions and the condition of America's present moral makeup.

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