Co oznacza „godność człowieka”?

  • Arno Anzenbacher Arno Anzenbacher, ur. w 1940 roku w Bregenz (Austria). Studia z teologii i filozofii na Uniwersytetach w Innsbrucku oraz Freiburgu (Szwajcaria). Doktorat z filozofii w roku 1965 we Freiburgu, habilitacja z filozofii w 1972 roku. Od roku 1981 profesor Wydziału Katolicko- Teologicznego Uniwersytetu Johanna Gutenberga w Moguncji (Katedra Etyki Społecznej).
Słowa kluczowe: GODNO??, WOLNO??, PRAWA CZ?OWIEKA, PRAWA OBYWATELSKIE, PRAWA SPO?ECZNE, CZ?OWIECZE?STWO, ETYKA PRAKTYCZNA

Abstrakt

The reflection upon human dignity taken up by the author was
concentrated around three issues. The context of the first one is
legal-ethical issues, with special emphasis put on the relations
between understanding dignity and rights of a human being, both
as an individual-person and as a citizen of a particular community.
The second thread of deliberations was determined with
a question about the essence of human dignity, with reference to
biblical texts as well as the texts of modern philosophy (Kant,
Hegel). The third aspect of dignity was framed by its understanding
as a world view basis for contemporary human being.
And this is subject to the pluralisation process which, according
to the author, leads to erosion of essential understanding of this
concept and risk of ceasing treating it as a basic and universal
ethical norm protecting every human being.

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2017-02-28
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