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Epistemological, Political and Cultural Implications of the Discovery of Fritz Jahr's Work: the Concept and Project of European Bioethics


Muzur, Amir; Rinčić, Iva
Epistemological, Political and Cultural Implications of the Discovery of Fritz Jahr's Work: the Concept and Project of European Bioethics // 1926 – Die Geburt der Bioethik in Halle (Saale) durch den protestantischen Theologen Fritz Jahr (1895-1953) / Steger, Florian ; Joerden, Jan C., i Schochow, Maximilian (ur.).
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Edition, 2014. str. 45-56


Naslov
Epistemological, Political and Cultural Implications of the Discovery of Fritz Jahr's Work: the Concept and Project of European Bioethics

Autori
Muzur, Amir ; Rinčić, Iva

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
1926 – Die Geburt der Bioethik in Halle (Saale) durch den protestantischen Theologen Fritz Jahr (1895-1953)

Urednik/ci
Steger, Florian ; Joerden, Jan C., i Schochow, Maximilian

Izdavač
Peter Lang Edition

Grad
Frankfurt am Main

Godina
2014

Raspon stranica
45-56

ISBN
978-3-631-64110-1

Ključne riječi
Fritz Jahr, bioethics, history, discovery

Sažetak
Four decades ago, Van Rensselaer Potter (1911-2001) published a paper entitled “Bioethics: the science of survival” and, a year later, a book Bioethics: Bridge to the Future. The institutionalised version of (“Georgetown” ; “American”) bioethics, however, departed from Potter's ideas and took the form of a simplified, narrowed down and limited „new“ medical ethics. Even if the Potterian bioethics had been still penetrating Europe, that import of ideas was not only slow but also somehow mechanical, with reluctance to the „American“ term. One might say, that was the phase (1975-1985) when „European bioethics“ meant „Bioethics in Europe“ and not much more. Nevertheless, some more original concepts did start to emerge in Europe. Around 2004, Ante Čović, Professor of Ethics from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, paved the way for the „integrative bioethics, “ while a theoretical concept of a similar title, „Integrated Bio-Ethics, “ emerged in October 2007 at the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology of the Jagellonian University in Kraków, Poland. After the discovery of the work of Fritz Jahr (1895-1953), the full concept and project of „European bioethics“ could have been shaped, developing in Croatia, Germany, and SE Europe, but also spreading to Latin America.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filozofija, Povijest



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Rijeka

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Iva Rinčić, (247765)
Amir Muzur, (259840)

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Muzur, Amir; Rinčić, Iva
Epistemological, Political and Cultural Implications of the Discovery of Fritz Jahr's Work: the Concept and Project of European Bioethics // 1926 – Die Geburt der Bioethik in Halle (Saale) durch den protestantischen Theologen Fritz Jahr (1895-1953) / Steger, Florian ; Joerden, Jan C., i Schochow, Maximilian (ur.).
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Edition, 2014. str. 45-56
Muzur, A. & Rinčić, I. (2014) Epistemological, Political and Cultural Implications of the Discovery of Fritz Jahr's Work: the Concept and Project of European Bioethics. U: Steger, F. & Joerden, Jan C., i Schochow, Maximilian (ur.) 1926 – Die Geburt der Bioethik in Halle (Saale) durch den protestantischen Theologen Fritz Jahr (1895-1953). Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang Edition, str. 45-56.
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