The Happiness of Collective Bodies and Individual Bodies in Modern Times
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract in English only.
Based on analogical argument, Professor Hans-Martin Sass argues that collective and individual bodies are not independent but interconnected as natural bodies. He worries about modern scientific technologies that aggravate the diseases of the body. I agree with Prof. Sass in many respects but emphasize that modern technology is not the key to the problem. Whether in ancient times or modern times, we have to restate that the ultimate end of life is happiness rather than benefit and that the instrument to pursue happiness is virtue rather than any kind of technology.
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