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    Approaches to Finitude : Death, Self, Others.Oberg Andrew - 2019 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 10.
    The only real guarantee in life is that it will end, that each of us will die. We are of course aware of this, but we tend to be so in a superficial way, a knowledge of the type that is recognized but not felt. If we do think of death it is usually in regards to someone else’s, and how their passing affects us, not how one’s own passing might relate to others. In the below we seek to rectify (...)
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    The Roots of Hans Jonas' Ethics of the Future, and Precaution.Guillaume Bertrand - 2019 - Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy 10.
    It is sometimes asserted that Hans Jonas would have formulated the precautionary principle because of his awareness of the involuntary consequences of human activity as well as his profound respect for nature. Returning to the origins of the arguments regarding his contribution to 20th century ecological thought, I identify two principal themes in the philosophical enterprise of the German-born American Jewish philosopher. One is a critique of technology and a practical philosophy, i.e. an ethics, regarding mankind and nature. The other (...)
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