Die Frage nach dem guten Leben (German Edition) by Elisabeth Schmid

By Elisabeth Schmid

was once ist ein gutes Leben? was once kann es sein – nicht nur für den Einzelnen, sondern für eine Gesellschaft? An welchen Werten sollen wir uns orientieren? Diese Fragen sind immer wiederkehrende, philosophisch-politische Grundthemen, die besonders in Krisenzeiten auftauchen und sehr kontrovers diskutiert werden.
Die Autorin vergleicht zwei Konzepte, die aus unterschiedlichen kulturellen und ethischen Kontexten stammen. Ein Beispiel für das „moderne“ gute Leben ist der Fähigkeitenansatz von Amartya Sen, der ein möglichst großes Maß an persönlicher Freiheit und Möglichkeiten als oberstes Ziel definiert. Im Gegensatz dazu steht das Leitprinzip der aktuellen Verfassung Ecuadors, das Buen Vivir (span.: „gutes Leben“ oder „gut leben“). Dieses Prinzip basiert auf der Kosmovision der ecuadorianischen Kichwa, das in ihrer Sprache als Sumak Kawsay (kichwa: „Leben in Fülle“) bezeichnet wird. Während Amartya Sens Konzept zur Entwicklung als Freiheit systeminhärente Ungleichheiten und Ungerechtigkeiten nicht durchbrechen kann, liegt das große Verdienst des Buen Vivir in der Aufdeckung von Machtstrukturen und im Beitrag zur Konstruktion einer möglichen anderen Welt, jenseits des herrschenden Eurozentrismus und Kapitalismus.

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The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective Teens (Japanese by Sean Covey,Franklin Covey Japan

By Sean Covey,Franklin Covey Japan

『7つの習慣』の著者コヴィー博士の息子ショーンが、全米中の若者が7つの習慣をどう取り入れ、どう変化をしていったかを、語りかけるような文体で書き起こした全世界500万部突破の『7つの習慣 ティーンズ』。2002年に出版した本書を、インターネット、SNSなどに代表されるデジタル時代のティーンに向けて、リニューアルしました。


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Introduction aux voies du Yoga (French Edition) by Tara Michaël

By Tara Michaël

Tandis que l'Inde est engagée dans l. a. poursuite des intérêts matériels, l'Occident se passionne pour le Yoga, dont l. a. popularité exprime une réelle aspiration au dépassement de soi, mais s'accompagne aussi d'une déformation sans cesse croissante. Le yoga de consommation courante qui nous est souvent proposé n'est rien d'autre qu'une gymnastique de bonne santé, au demeurant fortress éloignée de ce qu'est originellement et dans sa complétude le véritable Yoga.Le yet de Tara Michaël est de replacer le lecteur dans l. a. point of view indienne, et, l'arrachant aux targets limitées du « yoga pour l. a. forme », d'élargir sa imaginative and prescient en lui faisant découvrir le Yoga dans toute son étendue, sa profondeur et ses multiples implications.Tara Michaël est licenciée ès lettres, diplômée de l'École nationale des langues orientales et de l'École pratique des hautes études. Elle est également docteur en études indiennes de l'université de Paris et chargée de recherches au CNRS.

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Beneath The Skin Of Black Folks by Tracy Andrus

By Tracy Andrus

This booklet is a needs to learn for each citizen within the usa and the area. Dr. Tracy Andrus don't carry whatever again during this publication. during this ebook Dr. Tracy Andrus expounds at the conspiracies of white parents in the United States and the way they've got intentionally conspired to maintain black parents depending on the welfare approach and different technique of public aid. Dr. Andrus difficult at the felony commercial advanced, schooling, vote casting and the legal conspiracy that is used to maintain African americans powerless on the poll field and unemployed. This ebook is a needs to learn if you happen to have an open brain and may be able to face the truth.

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Morality & Belief for Higher RMPS by Joe Walker

By Joe Walker

The in basic terms source for RMPS at CFE larger point, by means of a bestselling writer and specialist within the field.

Joe Walker's new complete color publication presents accomplished insurance of the newly designed CFE larger in spiritual, ethical and Philosophical reports, yet can be excellent for college kids throughout Scotland learning key subject parts in Morality and trust as a part of the vast common schooling and the senior section of RME. The book:

Offers full of life, obtainable and interesting sort with applicable humour that displays real-life occasions and ethical issues
Highlights the significance of facing types of trust inside non secular traditions
Deals with up to date modern and topical concerns in a hugely functional manner

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Human Rights and Sustainability: Moral responsibilities for by Gerhard Bos,Marcus Düwell

By Gerhard Bos,Marcus Düwell

The background of human rights means that participants might be empowered of their common, political, political, social and financial vulnerabilities. States in the foreign enviornment carry one another accountable for doing simply that and help or intervene the place invaluable. States are to guard those crucial human vulnerabilities, even if this isn't a question of self-interest. This functionality of human rights is well-known in contexts of intervention, genocide, humanitarian relief and improvement.

This ebook develops the assumption of environmental tasks as long term obligations within the context of human rights. It proposes that human rights require acceptance that, within the face of unsustainable behavior, destiny human individuals are uncovered and weak. It explores the hindrances for long term obligations that human rights legislation offers on the point of overseas and nationwide legislations and demanding situations the query of even if way of life regulations are enforceable in view of liberties and degrees of wellness often obvious as secure by way of human rights.

The booklet should be of curiosity to postgraduates learning Human Rights, Sustainability, legislation and Philosophy.

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Ecology, Ethics and Hope by Andrew T. Brei

By Andrew T. Brei

Ecology, Ethics, and Hope explores what wish is, the way it operates, and even if it's important in our reaction to ecological demanding situations like weather swap, deforestation, biodiversity loss, and toxins. The e-book bargains an obtainable and well timed assessment of this rising subject inside of environmental ethics, a platform for extra dialogue, and refinement of the proposal of wish.

Hope has began to obtain extra theoretical recognition from philosophers and social scientists. In gentle of worsening ecological stipulations, the concept that of wish may well supply motivation for us to alter our harmful methods and preserve the surroundings items and structures we rely on. The authors during this assortment take inventory of a number of the bills of what wish is (or is not), what it does (or does not), and the way correct it's to ecological considering. The publication covers themes together with the psychology of desire (how it might probably function and alter minds), desire as a motivator of optimistic motion, and hope’s essence within the context of a advantage- or obligation-focused morality.

Elizabeth Andre, Assistant Professor of out of doors schooling, Northland university, united states; Jonathan Beever, Postdoctoral student, Rock Ethics Institute, Penn country college, united states; Andrew T. Brei, traveling Assistant Professor of Philosophy, St Mary’s college; Andrew Fiala, Professor of Philosophy, California nation University-Fresno, united states; Trevor Hedberg, Graduate scholar, collage of Tennessee Knoxville, united states; Lisa Kretz, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, college of Evansville, united states; Michael Nelson, Professor of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, Oregon kingdom collage, united states; John Nolt, Professor of Philosophy, collage of Tennessee Knoxville, united states; Brian Treanor, Professor of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount collage, USA

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Dignity: A History (OXFORD PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS) by Remy Debes

By Remy Debes

In every little thing from philosophical ethics to criminal argument to public activism, it has develop into general to attract the assumption of human dignity. In such contexts, the concept that of dignity regularly indicates anything just like the basic ethical prestige belonging to all people. Remarkably, in spite of the fact that, it's only within the final century that this which means of the time period has develop into standardized. earlier than this, dignity used to be as a substitute an idea linked to social prestige. regrettably, this alteration continues to be anything of a secret in latest scholarship. precisely whilst and why did "dignity" swap its which means? And prior to this modification, used to be it really the case that we lacked a belief of human worthy comparable to the one who "dignity" now represents? during this quantity, major students throughout quite a number disciplines try to solution such questions by way of clarifying the shortly murky background of "dignity," from classical Greek proposal during the center a long time and Enlightenment to the current day.

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Developing Deontology: New Essays in Ethical Theory (Ratio by Brad Hooker

By Brad Hooker

Developing Deontology involves six new essays in moral idea through best modern ethical philosophers. every one essay considers innovations trendy within the improvement of deontological ways to ethics, and those essays supply a useful contribution to that improvement.

  • Essays are contributed via Michael Smith, Philip Stratton-Lake, Ralph Wedgewood, David Owens, Peter Vallentyne, and Elizabeth Harman - all prime modern ethical philosophers
  • Each essay deals an unique and formerly unpublished contribution to the subject
  • A major addition to the sphere for a person with an curiosity within the improvement of deontology
  • The assortment is edited via a number one philosophical scholar

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