Groundwork for an Ethics of Sovereignty

December 2, 2009

Nec vero terrae ferre omnes omnia possunt.”[1]

Today, we live in a global community, at the precipice of what Isaac Asimov called the “mightiest deed of man; the complete and contemptuously final conquest of a world.”[2]


[1] Vergil, Georgics II, 119.

[2]Isaac Asimov, Foundation, page 17

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