The Perfect Revolution: The Moral Imperative for Perfecting Life
In The Perfect Revolution, author Stuart W. Lambert examines, from an ethical perspective, what has been previously understood as human development and addresses the corruption of the moral good in that realm. Building on Lambert’s master’s thesis, this study demonstrates how the prevailing immoral human development policies and practices—under the sway of globally entrenched Friedmanite/Reaganite Revolutionary Capitalist philosophy—exponentially multiplies structural inequality and represents a choice for death. Lambert outlines the next generation UNDP—MDG program predicated on needs-based rights and points the way forward to the flowering of human development flowing from adopting an ethically centered approach, together with a broader social justice methodology. The Perfect Revolution communicates that the worlds of theology, philosophy, and academia must always be in the service of practical, moral living.
- Publication Date
- Feb 13, 2014
- Business & Economics
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): The Very Revd. Stuart W. Lambert