The ethics of lying

The ethics of secrecy in donor insemination

The ethics of secrecy in donor insemination
... prospective study of donor insemination recipients: secrecy privacy and disclosure Fertility and Sterility 62: 477–84 Lasker, J.N (1998) The users of donor insemination In Donor Insemination: International ... identiWable donor Without this choice they may feel that although they can disclose the child’s DI status, without being able to identify the donor the The ethics of secrecy in donor insemination ... rejecting secrecy is relatively uncontroversial, as all accept that an The ethics of secrecy in donor insemination accidental revelation of DI conception is clearly not in the best interests of the...
  • 16
  • 94
  • 0

Tài liệu The ethics of bankruptcy pdf

Tài liệu The ethics of bankruptcy pdf
... The ethics of bankruptcy The fundamental ethical problem in bankruptcy is that insolvents have promised to pay their debts but cannot keep their promise The Ethics of Bankruptcy examines the ... as the nature of a profession, the function and value of codes of ethics, and the demands of confidentiality The subject matter of this volume, bankruptcy, raises issues common to a number of ... ideas of practice One visible sign of these developments has been the proliferation of codes of ethics or of professional conduct The drafting of such a code provides an opportunity for professionals...
  • 235
  • 204
  • 0

IS LOOKISM UNJUST?: THE ETHICS OF AESTHETICS AND PUBLIC POLICY IMPLICATIONS potx

IS LOOKISM UNJUST?: THE ETHICS OF AESTHETICS AND PUBLIC POLICY IMPLICATIONS potx
... viewpoint, see Etcoff (1999) In our society aesthetic capital, like other kinds of capital, is unequally distributed Lookism is like racism, classism, sexism, ageism and the other –isms in that it ... effort and one or more of the other bases of desert are implied in the conservative standard of justice The policy implications of the conservative view of justice are illustrated in standard ... 33 IS LOOKISM UNJUST? — 33 terms such as “physicalism” and “aestheticism” are too well established in other contexts to be of much use here The choice turned out to be between “looksism” and lookism. ”...
  • 20
  • 584
  • 0

The Ethics of Aesthetics pot

The Ethics of Aesthetics pot
... increase the aesthetic value of a work Some people may use beauty as a negative aesthetic criterion within their The Ethics of Aesthetics aesthetic perspective: the recognition of beauty within a work ... Because of their disregard for consequences, deontological theories of ethics are similar to inherent aesthetic theories in that they both have little or no regard for the consequences of the experience ... subjectivity of defining beauty In this text, the subjectivity of aesthetic judgements is acknowledged by replacing the primary questions of aesthetics with the following: "What are the criteria...
  • 10
  • 101
  • 0

The Ethics of Environmentally Responsible Health Care docx

The Ethics of Environmentally Responsible Health Care docx
... The Ethics of Environmentally Responsible Health Care This page intentionally left blank The Ethics of Environmentally Responsible Health Care Jessica Pierce Andrew ... serving the key health needs of as many as possible, within global environmental constraints 4 THE ETHICS OF ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE HEALTH CARE The move toward sustainable health care has the ... Others wonder whether the expense of societal change is worth the good to be 16 THE ETHICS OF ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE HEALTH CARE sought (Lomborg 2001) Environmentalists generally hold the...
  • 166
  • 105
  • 0

epistemic injustice power and the ethics of knowing aug 2007

epistemic injustice power and the ethics of knowing aug 2007
... blank Epistemic Injustice Power and the Ethics of Knowing M IRAND A FRIC KE R 1 Great Clarendon Street, Oxford   Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford It furthers ... justice The sense of injustice, the difficulties of identifying the victims of injustice, and the many ways in which we all learn to live with each other’s injustices tend to be ignored, as is the ... with other forms of social injustice that the subject is likely to suffer, and that is what makes it the central case—it is central from the point of view of revealing the place of epistemic injustice...
  • 199
  • 80
  • 0

edinburgh university press the ethics of peacebuilding mar 2009

edinburgh university press the ethics of peacebuilding mar 2009
... THE ETHICS OF PEACEBUILDING EDINBURGH STUDIES IN WORLD ETHICS Other titles in the series: The Ethics of Peace and War Iain Atack The Ethics of the Global Environment Robin Attfield Ethics, ... Nigel Dower, World Ethics: A New Agenda, 2nd edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007); Iain Atack, The Ethics of Peace and War (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005) Bruce ... Nigel Dower, World Ethics: A New Agenda, 2nd edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007), p 134 Iain Atack, The Ethics of Peace and War (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005), p...
  • 201
  • 92
  • 0

báo cáo sinh học:" Reflections on the ethics of recruiting foreigntrained human resources for health" pptx

báo cáo sinh học:
... organizations have little in the way of resources to respond to questions of the ethics of recruiting foreign-trained workers that result in sending country inequities Similarly, the adoption of the ... until the adoption of the WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel, the key referent in discussions about ‘managed HHR migration,’) encourages the establishment ... at a pie there’s four pieces and three of them are local or national solutions Only one is international going for an international solution is always your last resort in terms of effort.” Echoing...
  • 11
  • 144
  • 0

The Ethics of Deference Part 1 potx

The Ethics of Deference Part 1 potx
... extends beyond the particular question of political obligation But the ethical theory is only partial, and the description of the theory forms a large part of its defense The theory is partial in ... (ed.): The Theory of Contract Law: New Essays Stephen R Munzer, ed.: New Essays in the Legal and Political Theory of Property Walter Schultz: The Moral Conditions of Economic Efficiency The Ethics of ... page xi part i: law’s morals Introduction Understanding Authority 35 Claiming Authority The Nature of Law 51 89 The Puzzle of Promise The Problem of Fair Play 10 3 14 0 Political Obligation The Nature...
  • 19
  • 46
  • 0

The Ethics of Deference Part 2 pot

The Ethics of Deference Part 2 pot
... – the issue of the legitimacy of state coercion – that poses the more radical problem in the event of divergence If law implicitly operates on a theory of legitimacy inconsistent with the theory ... ‘as if true,’ for the particular purposes at hand”) 20 part i: law’s morals obligate, the problem of explaining the basis for the obligation of fair play, and the problem of justifying legal ... some of the puzzles of promise, fair play, and the like The Concept of Deference: Form and Substance How reasons for deference compare to other reasons for action? How they interact with other...
  • 21
  • 99
  • 0

The Ethics of Deference Part 3 pptx

The Ethics of Deference Part 3 pptx
... developed in the chapters that follow As indicated in the preface, the two parts of the present study correspond to the two issues, one an issue of legal theory, the other an issue of political theory, ... question of the objectivity of legal standards in Chapter For the most part, however, the main theses in this study are independent of the debate about the objectivity of legal norms: The claims ... an image of law that I briefly defend in light of recent controversies about the nature of law in the debate between positivism and natural law Political Theory: The Ethics of Deference Part I having...
  • 21
  • 123
  • 0

The Ethics of Deference Part 4 potx

The Ethics of Deference Part 4 potx
... “law,” then the capitalistic coercive order of the West is not law from the point of view of the Communist ideal of justice, nor the Communist coercive order of the Soviet Union from the point of ... obey) With these distinctions in mind, the thesis defended in this chapter and in the next part is this: The only claim one can derive from the concept of law as a matter of legal theory is the weaker ... decide) and the enforcement of those norms through the use of the state’s unique apparatus for imposing sanctions (the right to enforce) The minimal normative claim of the law is about both of these...
  • 21
  • 117
  • 0

The Ethics of Deference Part 6 ppt

The Ethics of Deference Part 6 ppt
... will govern the conduct of the parties to the 1 06 part ii: the ethics of deference contract3 Indeed, determining whether there is “mutual assent” to a contract is much like deciding whether a bill ... Practical Difference Thesis) Most of the articles in Legal Theory volume 6, no (2000) also discuss Shapiro’s thesis The Nature of Law 93 the uncertainty of such standards, but on the fact that such ... explanations for the force of promise capture convincingly the dimensions of the practice Consequentialist accounts focus on the harms caused by the breach of a promise – primarily the impact of the breach...
  • 21
  • 88
  • 0

Xem thêm

Nạp tiền Tải lên
Đăng ký
Đăng nhập