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  1. Juan Cofré Lagos & Carlos Isler Soto (2013). La axiología jurídica según Jorge Millas. Revista de Filosofía 69:51-65.
    In this paper, we try to expose the fundamental ideas at the basis of Jorge Millas’ axiology. First, we will expose synoptically the core of the legal philosophy that the Chilean thinker develops on his works on the subject, including his conception about philosophy in general (§1), and about legal science in particular (§2). Secondly, we will expose the epistemological suppositions of his legal philosophy (§3), and his consequent conception of law’s essence (§4), the legal rule (§5) and its foundation, (...)
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  2. Carlos Soto (2013). Killing, Wrongness, and Equality. Philosophical Studies 164 (2):543-559.
    This paper examines accounts of the moral wrongness of killing persons in addition to determining what conclusions, if any, can be drawn from the morality of killing persons about the (in)equality of persons, and vice versa. I will argue that a plausible way of thinking about the moral wrongness of killing implies that the permissibility of killing innocent, nonthreatening persons depends on a person’s age. I address objections to this conclusion and discuss some potential implications of the view.
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  3. Carlos Soto (2012). Díaz, Jorge A. Ideas y Valores 61 (148):181-183.
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  4. Carlos Soto (2012). The Veil of Ignorance and Health Resource Allocation. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 37 (4):387-404.
    Some authors view the veil of ignorance as a preferred method for allocating resources because it imposes impartiality by stripping deliberators of knowledge of their personal identity. Using some prominent examples of such reasoning in the health care sector, I will argue for the following claims. First, choice behind a veil of ignorance often fails to provide clear guidance regarding resource allocation. Second, regardless of whether definite results could be derived from the veil, these results do not in themselves have (...)
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  5. Carlos H. Soto (1981). El Interludio Fenomenológico de Wittgenstein. Crítica 13 (39):25 - 43.
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