Formen der Gewalt in Pflegeeinrichtungen (German Edition) by Ricco Freyberg

By Ricco Freyberg

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2001 im Fachbereich Ethik, notice: 2,3, Evangelische Hochschule Berlin, Veranstaltung: Ethik im Pflegemanagement, 15 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Ist die Würde des Menschen wirklich unantastbar? Meine eigenen Erfahrungen als Krankenpfleger und die gehäuften Pressemitteilungen zeigen uns, dass das besonders in ambulanten und stationären Pflegeeinrichtungen und im Rahmen der familiären Betreuung nicht immer der Fall ist. Zur Zeit leben ca. 660.000 Menschen in Heimen. Sie sind dorthin gezogen, weil sie nicht mehr in ihrer eigenen Wohnung leben können oder wollen.

Die Gründe für einen Umzug in ein Heim sind vielfältig. Zum einen benötigen die Heimbewohner ständige Hilfe, Pflege und Betreuung in Folge schwerwiegender Erkrankungen oder sie wollen nicht mehr allein sein, sondern die Gesellschaft anderer Heimbewohner genießen. Es kommt aber auch vor, dass den Hilfsbedürftigen von den eigenen Angehörigen suggeriert wird, nicht mehr in der Lage zu sein, sich selbst zu versorgen und aus falscher Scham und ihrer Hilflosigkeit heraus Niemanden zur final fallen zu wollen und aus Unwissenheit über die Möglichkeiten der ambulanten Betreuung, sei es der fahrbare Mittagstisch oder hauswirtschaftlichen Hilfen bis hin zur umfassenden ambulanten medizinischen und pflegerischen Betreuung, entscheiden sich viele vor allem ältere Bürger für einen Umzug in ein Heim.

So viele Gründe wie es für einen Umzug in ein Heim gibt, gibt es Gesichter physischer und psychischer Gewalt. Dabei steht körperliche Gewalt gar nicht so sehr im Vordergrund. Häufiger werden die kranken und alten Menschen seelisch gequält, eingesperrt, vernachlässigt, finanziell ausgebeutet oder mit Medikamenten ruhig gestellt und so in ihrem freien Willen eingeschränkt.Oft wird dadurch das im Grundgesetz verankerte Recht auf Selbstbestimmung und körperliche Unversehrtheit verletzt.

Sind nicht auch Wörter wie Rentnerschwemme, Alterslawine, Überalterung versteckte Gewaltwörter, die alte Menschen diskriminieren und Symbole, die Denken und Handeln destruktiv beeinflussen und kollektive Vorurteile schaffen und dadurch Gewalt gegen Alte fördern? "In den meisten Fällen geschieht die Gewalt jedoch nicht aus Willkür oder Bösartigkeit, sondern ist das Endprodukt einer langen Kette von Störungen in der Beziehung zwischen Helfendem und Hilfebedürftigem." Betroffen sind in der Regel alle Beteiligten.

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Intellectual Life by Philip Gilbert Hamerton

By Philip Gilbert Hamerton

This vintage exploration of the highbrow existence has totally retained its particular worth because preliminary booklet in 1904, and is a worthwhile addition to any discerning reader's collection.

No next paintings absolutely compares to this infrequent mix of own perception, ethics, flavor, psychology, and customary feel. Philip Gilbert Hamerton bestowed upon it his lengthy event as a author and artist, his enviable breadth of data, and his attractiveness of literary type. the result's a extraordinary paintings, expressing in detail the brain and character of the writer, but common in its software to all people with a love of highbrow ambitions. The writer takes loads of excitement in supplying this paintings to the public.

The writer continuously rejects uncomplicated, dogmatic perspectives, encouraging stability and moderation. He writes, "We want society, and we want solitude additionally, as we'd like summer time and iciness, workout and rest." there's feedback of either aristocracy and democracy: tradition leads one clear of classification matters, yet one needs to both pay attention the democrat's illiberal tendency to degrade all to the least universal denominator.

The ebook is prepared as a chain of letters addressed to contributors in various occasions. this enables a balanced and insightful work.

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Ethisches Argumentieren in der Schule: Gesellschaftliche, by Udo Lihs

By Udo Lihs

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2009 im Fachbereich Ethik, be aware: 1,7, Universität Potsdam (Kollegium LER), Veranstaltung: Modul Fachdidaktik (Modul III), Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Das Argumentieren gehört nicht nur zum Handwerkszeug des Rhetorikers, es ist die Grundlage jeder Ethik, die ethical begründet, rechtfertigt oder untermauert. In dem Sinne ist das Argumentieren eine wichtige Fähigkeit, die Schüler im Ethik- bzw. im LER-Unterricht nicht nur verstehen, sondern gar praktisch beherrschen müssen, z.B. wenn über ethische Themen, wie Todesstrafe, Gerechtigkeit oder Glück in der Klasse diskutiert, debattiert oder gestritten wird. Die Fragen, die sich dabei jedem Ethik- bzw. LER-Lehrer zwangsläufig aufdrängen, sind mannigfaltig: Mit wem hat es der Lehrer zu tun? Wer sind die Schüler? Welche ethical bringen Sie aus welcher Gesellschaft in die Klasse? used to be ist überhaupt Ethik? used to be heißt überhaupt „argumentieren“? Können Schüler, Kinder und Jugendliche überhaupt argumentieren? Sind sie nicht zu jung, zu unreif, zu unerfahren dafür, v.a. wenn es um so abstrakte, komplizierte und hochgradig niveauvolle Fragen der ethical geht? Sind Kinder und Jugendliche damit nicht gar überfordert? Wenn ja, wie legitimiert sich dann überhaupt die E-Dimension von LER, wie legitimiert sich der Ethik-Unterricht? Wenn nein, welche Ansätze können Lehrer verfolgen, um Kinder und Jugendliche zum ethischen Argumentieren zu bewegen? Jene Fragen will ich versuchen, im Folgenden zu beantworten.

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Rebirth of the Sacred: Science, Religion, and the New by Robert Nadeau

By Robert Nadeau

there's additionally a wide and becoming consensus within the medical neighborhood that resolving the environmental main issue would require large adjustments in our political and monetary associations and new criteria for ethical and moral habit. during this groundbreaking ebook, Robert Nadeau makes a powerful case that those outstanding advancements may well take place if adequate numbers of environmentally involved humans perform the recent discussion among the truths of technological know-how and religion.

Those who input this discussion will notice that the main primary clinical truths in modern physics and biology are analogous to and entirely appropriate with the main profound non secular truths in the entire nice non secular traditions of the realm. they'll research that fresh medical study has published that every one of the 7 billion humans on the planet are contributors of 1 prolonged human family members and heavily resemble different individuals of this family members in genetic, cognitive and behavioral phrases. and they're going to additionally examine that this study has additionally proven that we've got an developed and innate skill to adventure the opposite as oneself at the precognitive point and to have interaction in spontaneous ethical habit within the absence of suggestions from larger point cortical methods linked to making awake ethical decisions.

During the process this dialogue, it may turn into transparent that there are the explanation why the recent discussion among the truths or technology and faith may possibly significantly improve the customers of resolving the environmental drawback. the 1st is this discussion can function the foundation for articulating and disseminating an environmental ethos with a profound non secular size. And the second one is that the common recognition of ethos may possibly lead to the relatively quick emergence of good prepared and powerful around the world stream in non secular environmentalism.

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Luck's Mischief: Obligation and Blameworthiness on a Thread by Ishtiyaque Haji

By Ishtiyaque Haji

whatever is topic to success whether it is past our keep an eye on. during this e-book, Haji exhibits that good fortune detrimentally impacts either ethical legal responsibility and ethical accountability. He argues that components influencing the best way we're, including issues that hyperlink motivation and skill to accomplish intentional activities, usually avoid our with the ability to do another way. considering legal responsibility calls for that we will do another way, good fortune compromises the variety of what's morally compulsory for us. This consequence, including rules that conjoin accountability and legal responsibility, is then exploited to derive the additional skeptical end that habit for which we're morally accountable is restricted to boot. all through those explorations, Haji makes vast use of concrete instances to check the bounds of ways we must always comprehend loose will ethical accountability, blameworthiness, determinism, and good fortune itself.

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Intellectual Citizenship and the Problem of Incarnation by Peter Eglin

By Peter Eglin

“Who has the precise to know?” asks Jean-Francois Lyotard. “Who has the proper to eat?” asks Peter Madaka Wanyama. This e-book asks: “what does it suggest to be a liable educational in a ‘northern’ collage given the incarnate connections among the university’s operations and loss of life and affliction elsewhere?” via experiences of the “neoliberal college” in Ontario, the “imperial college” when it comes to East Timor, the “chauvinist college” when it comes to El Salvador, and the “gendered college” on the subject of the Montreal bloodbath, the writer demanding situations himself and the reader to perform highbrow citizenship in every single place from the school room to the college commons to the road. Peter Eglin argues that the ethical central to take action derives from the concept that of incarnation. Here the concept of incarnation is faraway from its Christian context and changed with a political-economic interpretation of the embodiment of exploited hard work. This embodiment is gifted during the fabric items that hyperlink the many’s compromised correct to consume with the privileged few’s correct to understand.

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Run, Spot, Run: The Ethics of Keeping Pets by Jessica Pierce

By Jessica Pierce

A existence shared with pets brings many feelings. We suppose love for our partners, definitely, and happiness on the proposal that we’re delivering them with a secure, fit existence. yet there’s one other emotion, much less usually said, that may be approximately as robust: guilt. once we see our cats watching wistfully out the window, or watch a goldfish swim lazy circles in a bowl, we can’t aid yet ask yourself: are we doing the suitable factor, preserving those autonomous beings locked up, topic to our regulate? Is preserving pets really good for the pets themselves?

 

That’s the query that animates Jessica Pierce’s robust Run, Spot, Run. A lover of pets herself (including, through the years, canines, cats, fish, rats, hermit crabs, and more), Pierce is aware the fun that pets carry us. yet she additionally refuses to disclaim the ambiguous ethics on the middle of the connection, and during a mixture of own tales, philosophical reflections, and scientifically proficient analyses of animal habit and normal heritage, she places pet-keeping to the try out. Is it moral to maintain pets in any respect? Are a few species extra fitted to the connection than others? Are there species one shouldn't ever try to personal? And are there ways in which we will increase our pets’ lives, in order that we will be convinced that we're giving them up to they provide us?

 

Deeply empathetic, but rigorous and unflinching in her considering, Pierce has written a booklet that's certain to support any puppy proprietor, unsettling assumptions but in addition giving them the information to construct deeper, larger relationships with the animals with whom they’ve selected to proportion their lives.

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Il piacere: Indagine filosofica (Sagittari Laterza) (Italian by Ermanno Bencivenga

By Ermanno Bencivenga

l. a. concezione più comune del piacere lo identifica con l'esito di un processo che soddisfa un bisogno o un desiderio. In questa concezione, il piacere è uno stato di quiete affine alla morte. Sulla scorta di autori come Kant, Hegel e soprattutto Aristotele, in line with Ermanno Bencivenga il piacere si accompagna invece sempre a un'attività condotta con passione e partecipazione ed è sempre espressione di vita. Non esiste anzi il piacere, inteso come stato indifferenziato che possa seguire, identico a se stesso, alle condizioni più assorted. Esistono invece i molteplici piaceri corrispondenti alle molteplici attività perseguite dagli esseri umani, da quelle più elementari a quelle più complesse e sofisticate. L'ontologia del piacere conduce così naturalmente a una sua etica: alla necessità di scegliere fra le occasioni di piacere che ci vengono di volta in volta offerte in modo da privilegiare e promuovere l. a. nostra comune umanità.

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Moments of Forever: Discovering the True Power and by Bill R. Path

By Bill R. Path

Do you wonder whether your lifestyles fairly concerns? Do you ask yourself the way you healthy into humanity’s grand scheme? you're not by myself. In moments of eternally, Dr. invoice R. course is helping you find your goal in existence and know the way to certainly direct your lifestyles and effect the lives of these round you. He believes there's something distinctive within each one of us—something of serious and intrinsic worth. He seeks to coach you the way to exploit this worth and seek inside of your self to discover solutions to a couple of life’s such a lot chronic questions.
moments of perpetually is a guidebook that can assist you scale higher heights, in attaining your life’s aspirations, and look at your international in a brand new and varied method. you could:
gain an unlimited point of view on existence;
recognize your immeasurable self worth;
understand your unbreakable human connection;
comprehend the way you relate to humanity’s larger callings;
cultivate incorruptible personality inside your existence;
realize your limitless human power;
find function in each second of existence.
Practical, inspirational, nonthreatening, nonjudgmental, and basic, moments of without end can assist you set your lifestyles into context and discover the genuine strength and value of your life.

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God and Morality: Four Views (Spectrum Multiview Book by R. Keith Loftin

By R. Keith Loftin

Is morality established upon trust in God? Is there multiple method for Christians to appreciate the character of morality? Is there any contract among Christians and atheists or agnostics in this heated issue?

In God and Morality: 4 Views 4 wonderful voices in ethical philosophy ariticulate and safeguard their position within the present debate among naturalism and theism. Christian philosophers Keith Yandell and Mark Linville and self-identified atheist/agnostics, Evan Fales and Michael Ruse, in actual fact and in truth symbolize their differing perspectives at the nature of morality.

Important changes in addition to parts of overlap grow to be each one contributor states their case, gets feedback from the others and responds. Of specific worth to be used as a tutorial textual content, those 4 essays and responses, protecting the naturalist ethical non-realist, naturalist ethical realist, ethical essentialist and ethical particularist perspectives, will foster severe pondering and give a contribution to the improvement of a well-informed place in this vitally important issue.

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