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    Ethics

    Is the following sentence correct : "The aim of contemporary philosophic thought is not better understanding of metaphisics or epistemology anymore,but ethics" ,please?

    Can I say that I want to live in an "internationally integrated society"?
    Last edited by Nikola993; 25-Jan-2014 at 18:36.

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    Re: Ethics

    It's grammatically correct, but 'metaphysics' is misspelt and there should be a space after the comma.

    You can say that if you want but I don't understand what you mean.

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