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On the search for sources of good and evil in the Lvov-Warsaw School of Philosophy

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Critical review of theory and practice in ethics of social consequences

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In defense of a pluralistic policy on the determination of death

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Reflections on value education in Slovakia

[Personable Ethics and Ethical Education]. Nitra: FF UKF, pp. 197-203. LEŠKOVÁ BLAHOVÁ, A. (2015): The Relevance and Role of Environmental Values in Ethics Education (in the Context of Environmental Ethics). In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe), 5(1-2), pp. 41-49. LOVAT, T. J. (2010): Synergies and Balance between Values Education and Quality Teaching. In: Educational Philosophy and Theory, 42(4), pp. 489-500. PODMANICKÝ, I. (2004): Ďalšie možnosti rozvíjania eticko-sociálneho statusu učiteľa etickej výchovy [Other

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Egalitarian sexism: Kant’s defense of monogamy and its implications for the future evolution of marriage II

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Environmental education in Slovakia in the context of ethics and ethics education

. Bilasová (ed.): Etické zošity 1: Význam etickej teórie v príprave učiteľa etickej výchovy [Ethical workbooks 1: An importance of ethics education in ethics education teacher training]. Prešov: FF PU, pp. 97-119. LEŠKOVÁ BLAHOVÁ, A. (2015): The relevance and role of environmental values in ethics education (in the context of environmental ethics). In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe), 5(1-2), pp. 41-49. LEŠKOVÁ BLAHOVÁ, A. (2011): Environmentálna výchova bez (environmentálnej) etiky? [Environmental education without (environmental

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Egalitarian Sexism: A Kantian Framework for Assessing the Cultural Evolution of Marriage (I)

, S. R. (2003): The Waters of Love: A course of introductory lectures on love, sexuality, marriage, and friendship . Hong Kong: Philopsychy Press. PALMQUIST, S. R. (2017): Egalitarian Sexism: Kant’s Defense of Monogamy and its Implications for the Future Evolution of Marriage (II). In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe) , 7(3–4) (forthcoming). PATEMAN, C. (1988): The Sexual Contract . Cambridge: Polity Press. SCHOTT, R. M. (1998): Kant. In: A. M. Jaggar (ed.): A Companion to Feminist Philosophy . Cambridge: Blackwell, pp. 39

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Brain death as irreversible loss of a human’s moral status

consequences. In: Neurology , 51(6), pp. 1538–1545. SILVER, D. (2003): Lethal injection, autonomy and the proper ends of medicine. In: Bioethics , 17(2), pp. 205–211. SINGER, P. (1994): Rethinking life and death: The collapse of our traditional ethics . New York: St. Martin’s Press. SINGER, P. (2018): The challenge of brain death for the sanctity of life ethic. In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe) , 8(3–4), pp. 153–165. TRUOG, R. (2016): The price of our illusions and myths about the dead donor rule. In: Journal of Medical Ethics , 42

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