Biologización de la Etica
Moreno Lax, Alejandro
Cuadernos de bioética : revista oficial de la Asociación Española de Bioética y Ética Médica 2010 Jan-Apr; 21(71): 21-38
Three ethics exist as a condition of possibility of any possible ethics, following a material and biological foundation. This content argument (not logical-formal) supposes a refutation of the naturalistic fallacy that the analytical philosophy attributes to Hume, in three areas of the ethical human experience: body, society and nature. These are: the ethics of the species [J. Habermas], the ethics of liberation [E. Dussel] and the ethics of responsibility [H. Jonas]. This material argument is a philosophical foundation to considering for three types of applied ethics: medical bioethics, development ethics and environmental ethics.
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