Kant, Nonaccidentalness and the Availability of Moral Worth
Journal of Ethics 2001; 5(4): 293-313
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Hayry, M. (2005-11)The concepts of autonomy as the self governance of individuals and dignity as the inner worth of human beings play an important role in contemporary bioethics. Since both notions are crucial to Immanuel Kant's moral theory, ...
Vong, G. (2008-09)In Ian Brassington?s article in a previous issue of this journal, he argues that suicide for the purpose of avoiding suffering is not, as Kant has contended, contrary to the moral law. Brassington?s objections are not ...