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What do you think the fifth dimension is? The moral dimension is found as the fifth dimension of the universe. The fifth dimension, on the other hand, is founded as the moral dimension. The concept of moral dimension in many social sciences is finally connected with the idea of the fifth dimension in natural sciences, both united in the field of metaethics.
Have you ever imagined what lies beyond space and time? What do you think the fifth dimension is? What do you think that the fifth dimension got to do with so-called fifth discipline of the human life? Why have so many scholars mentioned something like moral dimension and yet failed to explain what it really is? For a long time, anything that is to do with the fifth dimension of the universe is the subject of scientific speculation; yet, the moral dimension has been just the matter of expression figuratively speaking.
In the articles posted on this website, as well as in the texts of the current and future publications listed here on this page (see Box), the moral dimension is found as the fifth dimension of the universe. The fifth dimension, on the other hand, is founded as the moral dimension. This new theory of morality has been (or is at least about to be) recognized as a framework of the future reality of things that have been long caught in the limits of our imagination. The concept of moral dimension in many social sciences is finally connected with the idea of the fifth dimension in natural sciences, both united in the field of metaethics. The ultimate goal of the study in metaethics is to create a web over every aspect of ethics, and to build the bridge over the worlds of relativity and relativism.
Finding the universal idea of morality and ethics is not about finding a middle ground or making a compromise. It rather is our continued effort of ethical succession. It does not end in making a statement that merely invites us to doing the right thing. It begins with making clear what the moral scale actually is, and making visible in what direction we can see the fifth dimension; it ends with making sure that we know how we all can do the right thing.
The idea of fifth dimension might yield many scientific and societal applications we can finally attach both qualitative and quantitative values to our moral justification, and we can redefine and redesign the social system over the diverse worlds toward the unity in the form of convergent evolution. It may involve some number crunching activities to draw a diagram that shows the moral dimension by use of mathematics and to build a matrix that estimates the cost of re-building our societys norms alongside the fifth dimension by use of accounting. The study requires the labors by the scientists of all sorts to get the clear picture of the fifth dimension. It also demands the initiative by the society to support such efforts to incorporate the moral dimension into the societys norms. Furthermore, it involves the vocation of those individuals who can both interpret and articulate the idea and concept of this new dimension, both in prose and in performance.