discourse ethics

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discourse ethics

the conception that ethical agreements can be reached through ‘communicative argumentation’ aimed at a mutual, uncoerced understanding. See HABERMAS.
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He stressed on the necessity of participants' commitment to the ethics of dialogue and not to personalize things, stressing that the dialogue table is not a place for insult and mock as discussion are related to ideas and not touching people.
Officials of the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments briefed Shaikh Mohammed about the programmes and lectures to be delivered by the scholars on various issues such as upbringing of children, family stability, boosting of national and social links, work efficiency, counter extremism, ethics of dialogue and respect.
with it reached the conclusion that the solution to extreme option is unworkable and inconsistent with the ethics of dialogue and compromise that has always been that of our compatriots in the Moroccan Sahara.
The man who had added to politics its noble meaning and to the [political] practice commitment to values, intellectual and material integrity, the language of elevation and the ethics of dialogue has left us," the DRM said in a statement announcing his death.
He reminded instigators and skeptics that Syria's scholars taught many generations the principles of unity and the dignity of Islam and the nation, adding that these people should have instilled in people the ethics of dialogue rather than level accusation at Syria's scholars.
Paying lip service to the ethics of dialogue and argumentation is vitally important for maintaining not only their position in society but also their status as possessors of a science of necessary things.
Men who refuse to be bound by the ethics of dialogue or argumentation cannot hope to succeed in justifying that position argumentatively.
For that refusal itself is a contravention of the ethics of dialogue and argumentation.
On the one hand, the academics recognize that in their own disputes, where they face one another, they should abide scrupulously by the requirements of the ethics of dialogue, if they want to be accepted as members in good standing of their academic communities.
While I was working on my ethics of dialogue, some people began to call me a libertarian because of the considerable overlap between the conclusions I reached (in particular about the State being unjustifiable) and positions defended in the writings of Murray Rothbard and others who by that time had made "libertarianism" a distinctive brand of American political philosophy.