By Juha Räikkä, Jukka Varelius
This quantity gathers jointly formerly unpublished articles targeting the connection among choice model and autonomy in reference to human enhancement and within the end-of-life context. the price of person autonomy is a cornerstone of liberal societies. whereas there are diverse conceptions of the proposal, it really is controversial that on any believable figuring out of person autonomy an self sustaining agent must consider the stipulations that circumscribe its activities. but it has additionally been instructed that permitting one’s innovations to impact one’s personal tastes threatens autonomy. whereas this phenomenon has got a few realization in different components of ethical philosophy, it has seldom been thought of in bioethics. This publication combines for the 1st time the subjects of choice version, person autonomy, and selecting to die or to augment human capacities in a special and complete quantity, filling a big wisdom hole within the modern bioethics literature.
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By way of a conclusion, I assess what this verdict might mean for any plan to take preferences seriously in any normative domain. 4 Autonomy and Autonomous Preferences As is noted by many theorists of autonomy, this concept is stretched thin. Nomy Arpaly identifies no less than eight concepts to which the term “autonomy” can and has been used to refer (Arpaly 2003, 118, Ch. 4 passim). Adding to the 3 Adaptation, Autonomy, and Authority 31 difficulty here is that autonomy is generally a predicate applied not to preferences per se, but rather choices, decisions, or actions.
In: Brooks, T. ) New Waves in Ethics, pp. 210–230. : Enhancing Evolution: The Ethical Case for Making Better People. : Adaptive Preferences and Women’s Empowerment. : Symposium on Amartya Sen’s Philosophy: 5 Adaptive Preferences and Women’s Options. Econ. : Autonomy and the Question of Authenticity. 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?
Adaptation and Autonomy, SAPERE 10, pp. 27–47. 1007/978-3-642-38376-2_3 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013 28 D. Dorsey Harvard, that the person with a beneficent interest in my welfare would promote a state of affairs in which I attend Columbia rather than Harvard, or that a proper social theory should design institutions or policies with an eye toward this preference. The problem gets worse, of course, when individuals adapt to conditions that social policy should generally try to avoid, such as poverty or oppression.