Toward A Dramatistic Ethics
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This essay presents an initial response to the challenge that scholars begin to flesh-out the possibilities for a Dramatistic ethics. In turn we consider the status of ethics after the poststructural and linguistic turns and explore the potential in Burke's work as a response to the impasse that these turns have created for ethics. Next, we argue that a Dramatistic ethics begin as a mode of inquiry and advance pentadic analysis as a holistic framework for continuing ethical scholarship. Last, we provide a synoptic pentadic analysis of five ethical theories as suggestive points of critical entry.
McClure, Kevin and Julia Skwar. "Toward A Dramatistic Ethics." K.B. Journal, vol. 11, no. 1, 2015, p. 11. http://kbjournal.org/mcclure_skwar_dramatistic_ethics
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