MORALLY CODED COMMUNICATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY, INSPIRED BY NIKLAS LUHMANN
Keywords:morally coded communication, Niklas Luhmann, religion, individual, domain logic, communication research
The paper offers a possible answer to the question how do we presently communicate within a moral code and why is communication about morality in modern society so frequent, but shows little influence on the so-called integration of society.
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