WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- Poverty and Human Rights. Ramachandran, Mallika // IUP Law Review;Oct2014, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p58
Poverty represents a situation where people lack access to sufficient income, resources and opportunities whereby they can lead a life with dignity. In fact, it is a situation in which, at times, even their very survival is in question. Persons living in poverty thus are unable to enjoy their...
- ARE THERE ANY ABSOLUTE RIGHTS? Gewirth, Alan // Philosophical Quarterly;Jan81, Vol. 31 Issue 122, p1
Focuses on absolute rights. Right to life; Negative duty to refrain from killing any human being; Philosophy of life.
- DECEPTION IN MORALITY AND LAW. Alexander, Larry; Sherwin, Emily // Law & Philosophy;Sep2003, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p393
This article focuses on the role of deception in issues like morality and law. The basic meaning of deception is--words or conduct intended to induce false beliefs in others and it plays a very complex role in the human life. There is at-least one form of deception that the prevalent moral...
- An Attempt to Give Existential Foundation to Bioethics. BALOGH, Lehel // Philobiblon: Transylvanian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research;2009, Vol. 14, p141
The detachment of man and nature, the strict positioning of the object postulated by the subject is the scientific paradigm of modernity with Cartesian roots, which organically determines the boundaries and frameworks of our everyday thinking. The Heideggerian and Jonasian existential line of...
- South West direction. Relph-Knight, Lynda // Design Week (Online Edition);3/3/2011 Common Sense Supplement, p26
The article presents the view of the author on the approach introduced by Designs of the Time (DOTT) organization in Cornwall, England. According to the author, the DOTT has encourage the ordinary people to own up to their problems and take responsibility in effecting positive change. The author...
- A Brief Commentary on the Relationship between Equality and Justice. Schwan, Gesine // Social Europe: The Journal of the European Left;Summer2011, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p7
In this article, the author offers her insights on the relationship between equality and justice in a social system. She highlights the limitations of which legitimate justice could bear. She explores the demand from citizens for equal right to freedom, which is aimed at the entitlement of...
- Conservative spotlight. // Human Events;10/21/94, Vol. 50 Issue 40, p10
Features the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC). Steps taken by President Bill Clinton to make abortion safe, legal and rare; Information about NRLC; Role of medical ethics in NRLC.
- Oh, for a return to an old-fashioned happy death. Blackburn, Thomas E. // National Catholic Reporter;1/7/94, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p18
Opinion. Comments on the diverging views of prolonging and ending life. Case of Doctor Jack Kevorkian; Euthanasia; Gap between the beginning of life and the end of life; President Bill Clinton's health care plan; Happy death as happier; Death as putting life into a continuum; Eternal life with...
- How your tax dollars help finance the left. Whitmann, Marshall; Griffin, Charles P. // Human Events;11/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 43, p18
Reports that the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) get a grant from the federal government. Erects pro-life exhibit at Fourth World Conference in China; Planned parenthood; Mislabeled political group.