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Volume :47 Issue : 1 2019      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

A Theoretical Analytical Approach of Human Development Ethics: Poverty as a Model

Auther : Hadi A. Alnsour Tareq Z. Abu Hazeem

 This research aims to demonstrate how ethics can contribute towads achieving real human development in view of a substantial incompatibility between morality as an intellectual framework, human development as a requirement, and the struggle against poverty as a goal and objective for the realization of people's humanity. This may be attributed to the stereotypical intellectual and pracitcal perception in addition to the lack of coherent implementation, which requires the creation of a successful harmonization between the variables. The research outlined the basics of ethics, development, humanity, and poverty as well as the impotance of morality in the process of human development implementation to eradicate povery with reference to the Japanese and Egyptian experiences on the scale of human development ethics. The hypotheses have been identified in line with the objectives of the research. The research concluded that morality is a human framework to achieve a human development capable of eliminating poverty and its causes. In addition, the research found that man is the real manifestation of morality and the essence of development application, and thatr combating poverty is considered a moral value and a milestone in the creation of putative human development. The existence of poverty, together with its concomitant attributes of deprivation and hunger, is the result of an act or lack of moral action in the society that limits human dignity and freedom, on the grouns that morality has a normative nature that is manifested in deeds. The research concluded that development and its ethics should be integrated into a practical formula to combat poverty and its causes and consequences. Since the ethics of human development lies on the opposite side of inhumane and poor reality, it is essential to employ morality in the service of the developmental dimension and to establlish a state of development efficiency in order to achieve a state of human advancement and value.
Keywords: Morals, Human Development, Poverty.

 

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