Filozofia 58 (2):119-137 (2003)

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Vasil Gluchman
Comenius University In Bratislava (Doctorate)
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The paper examines the relationship between the biological and the social in morals. Its conclusion is that the biological is one among other sources of moarls. The social developed as another, much more dynamic source. An important role is played by free will or the moral freedom, especially on the individual morals level. It is the consequences, and especially social consequences, that in the author's viewpoint to the actual state of social and individual morals.
Keywords ethics of social consequences  biological  social  morality
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