Ethics, Life and Institutions

An attempt at practical philosophy. However, by no means reductionist, the book tries to establish ethics on the phenomenon of life: for all living beings, there is an elementary orientation between life and death. There is much more for humans, but the polarity of life or health as „good“ and death or illness as „bad“ remains valid. The other main topic of the book is the importance of institutions and the different morals and ethics of dependent employees, acting not by themselves, dealing with what is not their property and bearing a very limited responsibility.