A convergência das responsabilidades parental e política na teoria ética de Hans Jonas

Revista Inquietude 4 (1):110-127 (2013)

Facing the progress of science and technology, Hans Jonas believes that traditional ethical theories are insufficient to guide the actions of contemporary man. To formulate his own theory, the philosopher takes as its basis the responsibilities of parents towards their children and the one the public man has in relation with his community. Despite their differences, these forms of liability are intertwined and complementary. Then arise in jonas' theory the concepts of wholeness, continuity and future, which will cover following the thinking of the philosopher
Keywords responsability  responsabilidade / Hans Jonas  ethics  ética  Hans Jonas
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