MLK Jr. and E. E. Just - on evolution of ethical behavior
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. prescribed an evolutionary advance in ethical behavior: the total “abolition of poverty” and the abolition of war throughout “the world house.” Cell biologist Ernest Everett Just advanced the idea that human ethical behavior evolved from cellular origins.
Also, astrobiologists Chandra Wickramasinghe and Sir Fred Hoyle advanced the idea of cosmic biology, including stellar evolution and cosmic evolution. From cells to humans to stars and cosmology, evolutionary natural science converges with natural theology.
Martin Luther King Jr., Ernest Everett Just, ethical behavior, evolution, cellular evolution, human evolution, Chandra Wickramasinghe, Fred Hoyle, stellar evolution, cosmic evolution, natural theology
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Walker, Theodore, "Martin Luther King Jr. and Ernest Everett Just - on evolution of ethical behavior" (2020). Perkins Faculty Research and Special Events. 22.
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