Crisis of the Common Good or Great Hope? Reflections on a Concept Borrowed from Obiora F. Ike

Abstract F. Ike’s impressive amount of research texts on ethics can be found on Library. In general, there is no need to search for a justification of a life work and commitment to values, when a person reaches beyond a certain level of experience in life, in any field of professional work, even more in spiritual and ethical development. In the following lines I shall focus on the value of the common good for a person who not only had precise notions about a philosophical and theological concept, but taught by the example, believing integrity matters and integral development can be a life-long mission and altruistic commitment, even if life can be either simple or complicate

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This paper was published in Journal of Ethics in Higher Education.

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