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Spinozian consequentialism of ethics of social consequences

University Press, pp. 124-142. KALAJTZIDIS, J. (2013): Ethics of social consequences as a contemporary consequentialist theory. In: Ethics & Bioethics (in Central Europe), 3(3‒4), pp. 159‒171. LEBUFFE, M. (2007): Spinoza’s Normative Ethics. In: Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 37(3), pp. 371‒391. MELAMED, Y. Y. (2011): Spinoza’s Anti-Humanism: An Outline. In: C. Fraenkel, D. Perinetti & J. E. H. Smith (eds.): The Rationalists: Between the Tradition and Innovation. New York: Springer, pp. 147‒166. NARVESON, J

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Reflections on value education in Slovakia

Possibilities of Development of Ethical-social Status of Ethical Education Teacher]. In: C. Diatka & I. Lomnický (eds.): Osobnostná etika a etická výchova [Personable Ethics and Ethical Education]. Nitra: FF UKF, pp. 206-212. ROVŇANOVÁ, L. (2013): Inovácie vo výučbe etickej výchovy. Osvedčená pedagogická skúsenosť edukačnej praxe [Innovations in Education of Ethical Education. Experiences of Pedagogical Praxis]. Banská Bystrica: Metodicko-pedagogické centrum. SUTROP, M. (2015): Can values be taught? The myth of value-free education. In: Trames

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Different approaches to the relationship of life & death (review of articles)

): Biotechnology: Facing the problems of Patent Law. In: H. MacQueen & B. Bain (eds.): Innovation, incentive and reward . Edinburg: Edinburg University Press, pp. 115–131. LIZZA, J. P. (2006): Persons, humanity, and the definition of death . Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press. MASON, J. K. (2012): What is in a Name? The Vagaries of Vo v France. In: Child and Family Law Quarterly , 17(1), pp. 97–112. MCCALL SMITH, A. (1997): Beyond Autonomy. In: Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy , 14(23), pp. 5–26. MCMAHAN, J. (2002): The ethics

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