HURSTHOUSE VIRTUE THEORY AND ABORTION PDF
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Virtue theory and abortion.
Hursthouse is best known as a virtue ethicist, and most of her work, both theoretical and applied, has exemplified that approach. In the first half I aim particularly to secure an understanding that will reveal that many of these criticisms are simply misplaced, and to articulate what I take to be the major criticism of virtue theory. Modelling the Moral Dimension of Decisions.
This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Abortion Ethics Without Metaphysics? Rosalind Hursthouse, 17 at the time, knew immediately that she wanted to study philosophy, too, and enrolled the next year.
Virtue ethics Philosophy of mind. Abortion in Applied Ethics. Royal Society of New Zealand. Her aunt Mary studied philosophy and when her father asked her what that was all about, he could not understand her answer.
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After Hume’s Justicewhich offered an account of social justice in mainly Aristotelian and Wittgensteinian terms, and which, though Hursthouse did not seek to justify prevailing liberal democratic institutionsdemonstrated that a modern practical hurshouse conceptually centred upon virtue in its distinct sense when applied to human beings and our communities, can accommodate certain human or individual rights.
Though she had written a substantial amount previously, Hursthouse entered the international philosophical scene for the first time in —91, with three articles:. Pages containing links virute subscription-only content CS1 maint: Rosalind Hursthouse – – Oxford University Press.
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Virtue theory and abortion.
Retrieved 24 April Hursthouse’s article “Virtue Theory and Abortion” argues that whereas most discussions of abortion focus on the issue of who has rights to make decisions regarding the foetus, a decision made within one’s rights could still be callous or cowardly, meaning that it would be hursthokse problematic and potentially devastating for the person making it, whatever the status of the foetus and the reproductive rights of women.
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