The Resource Ethics : the fundamental questions of our lives, Wolfgang Huber ; translated by Brian McNeil
- Ethics : the fundamental questions of our lives, Wolfgang Huber ; translated by Brian McNeil
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- the fundamental questions of our lives
- Statement of responsibility
- Wolfgang Huber ; translated by Brian McNeil
- original German edition. Die grundfagen unseres lebens von der gerburt bis zum tod, c2013
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- Includes bibliographical references and index
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- What is ethics about? -- Life in common : does the family have a future? -- Human dignity : is there such a thing as a "trial pregnancy"? -- Handicap : do we want the perfect human being? -- Basic needs : isn't eating too a moral question? -- Poverty : how is it possible to dismantle injustice? -- Culture : is there such a thing as cultural basic foodstuffs? -- Conscience : is it possible to learn freedom of conscience and protect it? -- Responsibility : how does one become a world citizen? -- The information age : do the media control us? -- Work : do we live in order to work? -- Profit : what is the economy for? -- Science : are we permitted to do everything that we can in fact do? -- Medicine : is there a human right to health? -- Politics : is it possible to combine power and morality? -- Tolerance : how much differentness can we take? -- War and peace : how far does our responsibility go? -- Intergenerational justice : what do we leave behind for those who come after us? -- Old age : what does it mean to "honor your father and mother"? -- Dying : when has the time come to die?
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- 250 pages
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