Archive For The “Ethics Morality” Category
By Kees Vromans,Rainer Paslack
By Hotel Kafka
Tras varios años de excedencia, los angeles problem lleva a Augusto Bongiorno a retomar su plaza de profesor de Filosofía en un instituto de nombre aciago: Instituto Gracián. Allí se encontrará con un grupo de alumnos de Bachillerato (cada uno de su padre y de su madre), que, más que proporcionarle quebraderos de cabeza, lo arrastran a una vida de aventura que no deseaba.
¿Pueden utilizarse las aventuras de un año escolar, se pregunta Bongiorno, para comenzar a discutir con sus protagonistas acerca de cómo debemos conducirnos día a día? ¿Qué otra cosa es, si no, l. a. filosofía?
Así, las pequeñas historias de este libro tratan sobre los angeles dificultad de asomarse a l. a. realidad de l. a. vida sin complejos, abordando l. a. verdad de todo lo que parece no tener demasiado sentido. los angeles dificultad de asumir nuestra exposición constante a l. a. tensión entre esos polos que a veces nos atraen y otras nos repelen: segregación y socialización, naturaleza y cultura, violencia y razón, libertad y responsabilidad, justicia y felicidad...
Un homenaje a los angeles vocación de una de las profesiones más importantes en los angeles creación de nuestra sociedad y menos valoradas por ella: los angeles del profesor.
By Ludovica Cesareo
By Monique Weissenberger-Leduc,Anja Weiberg
By Ahmed Ammar,Mark Bernstein
By Thomas E. Hill
- Provides a clean viewpoint on issues in Kant’s ethical philosophy
- Addresses systematically Kant’s foundational paintings, Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals and his extra particular therapy of justice and advantage in The Metaphysics of Morals
- Includes essays by way of either confirmed students and emerging stars
- Identifies universal misperceptions of Kant's concept and demanding situations a few triumphing interpretations
- Shows how Kant constructed and supplemented his prior moral idea with particular discussions of functional matters in legislations, diplomacy, own kin, and self-regarding virtues and vices
By Tom Morris
In this 3rd quantity of the philosophical event sequence Walid and the Mysteries of Phi, a smart personality speaks to each considered one of us while he says to his buddies, “We’re all individuals in an exceptional drama that encompasses us in house and time. We’re selected to aid movement it ahead, yet we by no means need to depend upon simply our personal talents to take action. We’re unfastened, yet we’re additionally deeply supported and guided. allow that construct your self assurance, your religion, and your desire sooner or later. good stuff are afoot. And we’re one of the foot squaddies of destiny.” That deep viewpoint performs out during this tale via many surprises encountered via the 2 boys often called The Golden Viper and Windstorm.
The brief booklet, The Oasis Within, a gaggle from a small village in west Egypt as they crossed the mammoth barren region headed for Cairo in the summertime of 1934. It served as a prologue to the epic event that may always display deep and unbelievable secrets and techniques approximately our international. The Golden Palace and The Stone of Giza then brought us drama, secret, and a marginally of romance, because the motion all started. In The Viper and the Storm, the tale will take us to extra unforeseen locations. Walid Shabeezar, the Prince of Egypt, together with his pals Mafulla, Kissa, and Hasina, will face new demanding situations as they develop into what the longer term holds for them.
By D. C. Schindler
Schindler starts off via uncovering a contradiction in John Locke’s seminal account of human freedom. instead of brushing aside it as a trifling “academic” challenge, Schindler takes this contradiction as a key to knowing the unusual paradoxes that abound within the modern values and associations based at the sleek concept of liberty: the very mechanisms that intend to guard sleek freedom render it empty and ineffectual. during this appreciate, sleek liberty is “diabolical”—a notice that suggests, at its roots, that which “drives aside” and so subverts. this is often contrasted with the “symbolical” (a “joining-together”), which, he indicates, such a lot primarily characterizes the premodern feel of truth. This ebook will attract scholars and students of political philosophy (especially political theorists), philosophers within the continental or historic traditions, and cultural critics with a philosophical bent.
By Sven Ove Hansson
In this crucial new e-book, a global group of top specialists within the box presents the 1st complete therapy of the equipment on hand for moral tests of applied sciences and their social advent. The e-book explores how details from empirical learn can be utilized in moral analyses of expertise and comprises chapters exhibiting how moral research can make clear issues similar to privateness, probability, sustainability, twin use, gender concerns, justice, foreign know-how move, and the accountability of engineers. It offers a useful source for college kids within the philosophy and ethics of know-how, technology and know-how stories, utilized ethics, bioethics, enterprise ethics and the ethics of computing.
By Alfred R Mele