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Extraterrestrial Ethics

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Title: Extraterrestrial Ethics
Subject Classification: Science, Technology, Philosophy
BIC Classification: PD, TB, HP
Binding: Hardback, pp. (to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: March 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-871891-35-5
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-871891-36-2

Price: £69.99

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This book takes deductive, inductive, and abductive approaches to the phenomenon of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP). It asks what kind of ethics an advanced, intelligent extraterrestrial species might possess on the basis of its understanding of the nature of reality. It also asks how human beings should transform their own understanding of ethics to prepare for widespread Contact with an advanced extraterrestrial species. The book refers to the work of physicist and philosopher David J. Bohm and applies his implicate/explicate order framework to discussion of ETI/UAP.

The book examines two areas of concern: nuclear technologies; and the militarization and weaponization of space. The text of the Fiscal Year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (FY22 NDAA) in the United States clearly states that Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) have been reported at sites associated with nuclear weapons, nuclear-powered ships and submarines, nuclear power generating stations, etc., suggesting that ETI is very concerned about the human use of nuclear technologies. Furthermore, the more ubiquitous level of UAP sightings by the U.S. military over the last few years, as documented in the June 2021 report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) in the U.S., suggest that ETI also is concerned about rapid acceleration relating to the militarization and weaponization of space. The book concludes by advocating a normative approach to de-militarize space.


Author: Dr. Jensine Andresen is a member of the Research Team in the Galileo Project, Harvard University, Boston, USA



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