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Communication Ethics: The Sacredness of Communication
Communication Ethics: The Sacredness of Communication

Author(s): Ştefan Florea, Marian Puiescu
Subject(s): Christian Theology and Religion, Theory of Communication
Published by: Scientia Moralitas Research Institute
Keywords: ethic; sacrality; communication;
Summary/Abstract: This article represents a religious approach for the improvement of communication in a new century (and a millennium) when ‘communicating’ is a deep relational and social necessity. Communication is a natural human act—ontologically necessary and practically fundamental—which represents not just the reaction to the immediate necessity, but, a phenomenon meant to impart something of its ontology. The novelty of the ethical aspect—which the Church wishes to engage—is that it regards holistic integration of communication as a sacred act, which affects deeply social communion and cohesion. The paper also engages the challenge of going deeply into some basic ethical principles in order to create an integrative vision of communication as a relational, social and sacred act.

  • Page Range: 300-310
  • Page Count: 11
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English