By Juha Räikkä, Jukka Varelius
This quantity gathers jointly formerly unpublished articles concentrating on the connection among choice version and autonomy in reference to human enhancement and within the end-of-life context. the worth of person autonomy is a cornerstone of liberal societies. whereas there are diverse conceptions of the inspiration, it truly is controversial that on any believable realizing of person autonomy an self reliant agent must take into consideration the stipulations that circumscribe its activities. but it has additionally been recommended that permitting one’s ideas to impact one’s personal tastes threatens autonomy. whereas this phenomenon has bought a few consciousness in different components of ethical philosophy, it has seldom been thought of in bioethics. This e-book combines for the 1st time the themes of choice variation, person autonomy, and selecting to die or to augment human capacities in a special and entire quantity, filling a major wisdom hole within the modern bioethics literature.
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Bruckner (2011, 455-6). 3 Adaptation, Autonomy, and Authority 37 process P, the end result of which is an adapted preference. Given the state of the world, or the state of my society, or some particular fact about me, it may be very clear that I cannot satisfy some preference of mine, or it may be good for me to develop some other preference more in line with the status quo. And if this is the case, I will have reason to engage P. But insofar as I have reason to engage P, it seems difficult to understand why I would regard P as a process unworthy of endorsement.
Autonomy or Authenticity? Commentary on Andrea Westlund’s ‘Rethinking Relational Autonomy’ and Catriona Mackenzie and Jacqui Poltera’s ‘Narrative Integration, Fragmented Selves and Autonomy. edu/sgrp 14 An earlier version of this paper was presented to the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department at the University of Mississippi. I am indebted to the audience for helpful feedback. Thanks also to Jukka Varelius and Juha Räikkä for very helpful feedback on an earlier version, which substantially improved the final product.
Soc. Theory Pract. : Reassessing Immortality: The Makropulos Case Revisited. J. ) The Good, the Right, Life and Death: Essays in Honor of Fred Feldman, Ashgate, Burlington VT, pp. : Autonomy or Authenticity? Commentary on Andrea Westlund’s ‘Rethinking Relational Autonomy’ and Catriona Mackenzie and Jacqui Poltera’s ‘Narrative Integration, Fragmented Selves and Autonomy. edu/sgrp 14 An earlier version of this paper was presented to the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department at the University of Mississippi.
Adaptation and Autonomy: Adaptive Preferences in Enhancing and Ending Life by Juha Räikkä, Jukka Varelius