Dimensions of Dignity: The Moral Importance of Being Human

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Is membership of our species important in itself, or is it just important to have the properties that a normal grown-up human being has? A value subjectivist may argue for a special human value proceeding from the assumption that most of us believe or sense that being human is something important per se and independently of, for instance, those properties that form the basis of personhood. This allows all human beings to have a share in this value. Other attempts to defend a principle of human dignity fail in this ...

Dimensions of Dignity: The Moral Importance of Being Human 2012, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9789401060882

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