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2009 | 19 | 1 | 36-43
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AFTER ONTOTHEOLOGY: RECIPROCAL, CARING, CREATIVE, AND RIGHT RELATIONSHIPS

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With the end of ontotheology we may realize, as Dewey did, that what sustains us is our caring relationships with physical nature, biological life, and other persons. The author's paper argues that relationships are ontologically basic and caring relations are morally basic. Right relationship binds us to the world and holds us together. We live by the grace of others. He concludes that after ontotheology, we must seek to form reciprocal, caring, and creative relationships.
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  • Jim Garrison, School of Education, Department of Philosophy, Science and Technology Studies, 400 WMH Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0313, USA
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10SKAAAA075917
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