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Extraterrestrial Ethics

Title: Extraterrestrial Ethics
Subject Classification: Science, Technology, Philosophy
BIC Classification: PD, TB, HP
Binding: Hardback, Paperback, ebook, pp.432
Publication date: 19th May 2023
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-871891-35-5
ISBN (Paperback): 978-1-80441-244-2
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-871891-36-2

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This book argues that human beings must replace ontological misinformation with a clear and accurate view of the nature of reality in order to overcome conflict, violence, and suffering, and in order to survive as a species. The advanced extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) in our midst now is trying to help humankind see its way forward to a correct ontology by means of pedagogical displays of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP). This book considers UAP in the context of geopolitics, physics, mathematics, and philosophy to demonstrates the richness of the creative acculturation unfolding now between humankind and ETI. 

This book also asks what kind of ethics an advanced, intelligent extraterrestrial species might possess, and how human beings can transform their own understanding of ethics to best participate with ETI. Applying the ontological interpretation of the quantum theory articulated by physicist and philosopher David J. Bohm to various aspects of ETI/UAP, the book also considers how ETI is clearly warning humankind about the dangers of nuclear weapons and other nuclear technologies. Practically, the book argues that we urgently must abolish nuclear weapons and other nuclear technologies so that Homo sapiens sapiens can survive and flourish.


Author: Dr. Jensine Andresen has held various posts in academia, business, finance, and government. Having taught in an interdisciplinary doctoral program at Boston University, and later having worked as an Officer of Research, Associate Research Scholar at Columbia University, Dr. Andresen now is a full-time author. She writes about physics, the ethical and spiritual development of humankind, and extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI). 


"The monograph draws our attention to deontological ethics, which is really currently suffering from the postmodern destruction of the great worldview narratives, and which could find a new source of inspiration in contact with the higher intelligence represented by ETI (Extraterrestrial Intelligence). The author proposes a provocative methodological technique at the interdisciplinary level, supported by the analysis of a large database of UAP (Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena) observations, taking out ethical issues from the individual and social plane to the level of geopolitics and even astropolitics. The researcher emphasizes that in the face of the current global existential crisis, we are forced to rethink state nuclear weapons programs, which directly depends on the formation of new approaches to ethical issues based on another ontology. But I guess these ethical questions are as hot as complex: they are hot because the world has already become hostage to irresponsible anti-utopian political regimes with underdeveloped civil societies, which own nuclear weapons; and they are complex because there are no yet real mechanisms for denuclearization (both at the political and legal levels) of even one single country, which has already discredited itself with unmotivated aggression and a shameless propaganda machine. We can say that the monograph calls on current intellectuals to go beyond their paradigmatic blinders to look into the future of humanity and find a way out of the looming ethical collapse caused by a false view of the nature of being. But, in my opinion, this is only the beginning of a global non-trivial discussion, which, alas, has already started with the war in Eastern Europe ..."

- Olena Kalantarova, mathematician, philosopher, Secretary of Expert Council and Moderator in Chief of BUDLAB (The Buddhological Laboratory in Ukraine), H. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.


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