GUIDING PRINCIPLES: THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN THE ETHICS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Liene Amantova-Salmane

Abstract


Science is essential to meet objectives and tasks for ethical sustainable development, as it lays the basics of new methods and technologies to identify global challenges for the future. Science can also significantly contribute to the ethics of sustainable development. It requires a wide-ranging understanding of science as such. Scientific cooperation should be encouraged in order to provide the ethics of sustainability. The aim of research is to give guiding principles of science for the ethics of sustainable development the ethics of sustainable development. The tasks of the research are to describe the ethical context of sustainability and to mark the role of science in the ethics of sustainable development. The methods of research are monographic, quantitative, deductive and inductive. The key result is: drowned up science role for sustainable ethical development. Science is a crucial tool for the ethics of sustainable development, it is even more reasonable to allocate the mission of science education and provide people with tools which allow them to maintain a critical spirit related to scientific advances.

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ethics; sustainability; development; science; pillars of sustainability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/lner2017vol1.9.2454

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