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Philosophy And Theology: What Justifies The Right To Live?, Christopher Kaczor Apr 2012

Philosophy And Theology: What Justifies The Right To Live?, Christopher Kaczor

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In this article, the author presents his views on various articles related to the research on philosophy and theology which was published in the previous issues of several periodicals. He informs about the definitions of potentiality and capacity. He further highlights a book "Embryo: A Defense of Human Life" by Robert P. George and Christopher Tollefsen.


Philosophy And Theology: Notes On Conscience Protections For Health Care Workers, Christopher Kaczor Apr 2011

Philosophy And Theology: Notes On Conscience Protections For Health Care Workers, Christopher Kaczor

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The article reviews reports on the philosophy and theology of bio ethics, including "Is Conscientious Objection Incompatible with a Physician's Professional Obligations?" and "Negative and Positive Claims of Conscience," both by Mark R. Wicclair, published in the January 2009 issue of "Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics." Wicclair discusses the incompatibility thesis. The article also observes that the contemporary debate on conscience protection has intensified.


Philosophy And Theology: Notes On Diachronic Personal Identity, Christopher Kaczor Jul 2010

Philosophy And Theology: Notes On Diachronic Personal Identity, Christopher Kaczor

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The author discusses different theories related to philosophy and theology. He cites the four rival theories of diachronic personal identity mentioned by researcher Bertha Alvarez Manninen, which explores the genetic, animalism, and psychological account. The author also mentions the argument of philosophy professor of Michael Tooley regarding the role of the brain and personal identity. Furthermore, he mentions several studies that suggest ways on how to cure personality disorder.