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Who Count As Persons? Human Identity and the Ethics of Killing

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ISBN-10: 0878408371

ISBN-13: 9780878408375

Edition: 2001

Authors: John F. Kavanaugh

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List price: $32.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
Publication date: 5/23/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Personal Losses
Traces of Lost Persons
The Fear and Call of Personal Reality
Social and Political Depersonalization
Impersonal Theory, De-Personed Philosophy
The Texture of Personal Reality and Ethical Experience
Personal Bodies
On the Matter and Spirit of Maps
On the Matter and Spirit of Persons
Personal Embodiment
Body as Object, Body as Subject
Ambiguities of Embodiment
The "My-Ness" and "Me-Ness" of a Personal Body
Personal Consciousness
Personalized World
Endowments of Embodied Persons
Personal Foundations
Awareness of Awareness, Selves, and Persons
The Endowment of Freedom
The Endowment of Love in Self-Conscious Affirmation
Endowed Human Persons
Personal Nature
Personal Entries Into Ethics
Inescapable Perspectives of Persons
Achieving the Moral Good and Doing the Right Thing
Kant and the Pull to the Interior
Mill and the Pull Outward
The Personal Center
The Intrinsic Turn
Killing, Autonomy, and Intrinsic Values
Before Good and Evil
The Field of Moral Experience
The Dynamics of Personal Moral Judgment
The Subjective Internal Dimension
The Objective External Dimension
Context, Culture, and Personal Challenge
Negation of Truth and the Beginning of Evil
Falls and Crimes
Killing Persons and Ethics
The Logic of Terror
The Moral Inviolability of Persons
Defending Life by Intending Death
Killing Incomplete Persons
Killing Defective or Dying Persons
Reviving Personal Life
The Choice of Realities
The "Reality" of Consumer Capitalism
Reviving Personal Solitude
Recovering Personal Relationships
Revealing Human Vulnerability