Philosophies 3 (3):1-12 (2018)

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Raffaela Giovagnoli
Pontificia Università Lateranense
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In the ambit of the debate on “personal autonomy”, we propose to intend “personal autonomy” in a social sense. We undertake this move because we think that autonomy is compatible with socialization and we’ll give reasons for this claim. Moreover, we must consider the role of the wide variety of informational sources we are exposed to, which influence our behavior. Social background represents the ontological ground from which we develop the capacity for autonomy; at the same time, interaction with others (real or virtual) enlarges the possibility for autonomous judgements. Our attempt is, first, to try to sketch a social notion of personal autonomy and, second, to elucidate the connection between autonomy and the exposition to informational and social diversity.
Keywords Personal Autonomy  Deontic Statuses  Deontic Attitudes  Informational Diversity  Social Diversity
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DOI 10.3390/philosophies3030021
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