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Is it ‘more normal’ to enhance than to restore our nature?

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On two modern hybrid forms of consequentialism

[Hybrid tendencies in normative conceptions with ethics of social consequences as an example]. In: V. Gluchman (ed.): 16. medzinárodná konferencia ETPP 2016/16 [ 16th International conference (ETPP 2016/16) ]. Prešov: FF PU (forthcoming). MILNE, A. J. M. (1986): Human rights and human diversity: An essay in the philosophy of human rights . New York: State university of New York. MOORE, G.E. (2005): Ethics . Oxford: Clarendon Press. PETTIT, P. (1989): Consequentialism and respect for person. In: Ethics , 100(1), pp. 116–126. PETTIT, P. (1991

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Towards critical aspects of Confucianism

: Petrus. CHAN-FEJ-C´ (2011): Vol. 1, trans. L. Zádrapa. Praha: Academia. CHAN-FEJ-C´ (2013): Vol. 2, trans. L. Zádrapa. Praha: Academia. CHAN, J. (1999): A Confucian Perspective on Human Rights for Contemporary China. In: J. Bauer & D. A. Bell (eds.): The East Asian Challenge for Human Rights. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 212–237. DERANTY, J.-P. (2009): Beyond Communication: A Critical Study of Axel Honneth’s Social Philosophy. Leiden & Boston: Brill. FORST, R. (2014): The Right to Justification: Elements of a

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The principle of vulnerability and its potential applications in bioethics

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Patočka, Charter 77, the state and morality: “May it all be for the benefit of the community!”

, H. G. (1981): Charter 77 and Human Rights in Czechoslovakia. London: Harper Collins Publishers. TAMINIAUX, J. (1997): The Thracian Maid and the Professional Thinker. Arendt and Heidegger, trans. M. Gendre. Albany: State University of New York Press. UNITED NATIONS. (2017): International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner 2017, [online] [Retrieved 16 December 2017]. Available at: http://www.ohchr.org/EN/ProfessionalInterest/Pages/CCPR.aspx. VEBLEN, T

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Conscientious objection in health care

-religiöser Pluralismus als neue Herausforderung für das ärztliche Gewissen. In: F.-J. Bormann & V. Wetzstein (eds.): Gewissen: Dimensionen eines Grundbegriffs medizinischer Ethik . Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, pp. 3–24. UN (UNITED NATIONS) (1966): International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights . [online] [Retrieved November 7, 2016] Available at: www.un.org . UN (1948): Universal Declaration of Human Rights . [online] [Retrieved November 7, 2016] Available at: www.un.org . WELFARE, M. & CARTER, J. (2007): The Foundation Programme: The Medics’ Practical

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