Ethics at the Beginning of Life Paperback
A Phenomenological Critique
by James Mumford;
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Ethics at the Beginning of Life
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In the second half of the book phenomenology is finally applied to ethics, and acute moral questions are divided into two kinds: first those concerning 'what' it is that we are dealing; and, secondly, the more contextual 'where' questions relating to the situation in which the subject is found. Finally, although this book primarily constitutes a philosophical rather than a religious critique of contemporary ethics, with the findings from continental philosophy being brought to bear upon core convictions of English-speaking 'liberal' moral and political philosophers, Mumford concludes by exploring an alternative theological basis for human rights which might fill the vacuum created.
Ethics at the Beginning of Life by James Mumford was published by Oxford University Press in June 2015. The ISBN for Ethics at the Beginning of Life is 9780198745051.
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|Author / Artist||James Mumford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (June 2015)|
|Number of Pages||240|
|Page last updated||17th September 2017|