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ABSTRACT ii.- DEDICATION iii.- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.- iv.- TABLE OF CONTENTS  i.- Chapter One Introduction: The Culture of Ubuntu.- 1. Emergence of Global bioethics.- 2. Exploration of Ubuntu.- 3. Relevance of Ubuntu Worldview.- Conclusion.- Notes.- Chapter Two Ubuntu Ethics.- 1. Tension between Individual and Universal Rights.- 2. Cosmic and Global Context.- 3. The Role of Solidarity.- Conclusion.- Notes.- Chapter Three Ethics of Care: Enlightening the Role of Rights in Global Bioethics.- 1. Individual Rights.- 2. Human Relationships.- 3. Reciprocity of Care.- Conclusion.- Notes.- Chapter Four UNESCO Declaration:  Enlightening the Cosmic Context of Global Bioethics.- 1. UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights from Ubuntu Perspective.- 2. Justice.- 3. Diversity.- 4. Biosphere.- Conclusion.- Notes.- Chapter Five Catholic Social Ethics:  Enlightening the Role of Solidarity in Global Bioethics..- 1. Common Good.- 2. Social Cohesion.- 3. Minority Empowerment.- Conclusion.- Notes.- Conclusion.- Bibliography               

This book educates whilst also challenging the contemporary schools of thought within philosophical and religious ethics. In addition, it underlines the fact that the substance of ethics in general and bioethics/healthcare ethics specifically, is much more expansive and inclusive than is usually thought. Bioethics is a relatively new academic discipline. However, ethics has existed informally since before the time of Hippocrates. The indigenous culture of African peoples has an ethical worldview which predates the western discourse. This indigenous ethical worldview has been orally transmitted over centuries. The earliest known written African text containing some concepts and content of ethics is the “Declaration of Innocence” written in 1500 B.C., found in an Egyptian text. Ubuntu is an example of African culture that presents an ethical worldview. This work interprets the culture of Ubuntu to explain the contribution of a representative indigenous African ethics to global bioethics. Many modern scholars have written about the meaning of Ubuntu for African societies over centuries. Some scholars have viewed Ubuntu as the greatest contribution of African cultures to other world cultures. None of the scholars, however has explored the culture of Ubuntu as providing a representative indigenous ethics that can contribute to global bioethics as discussed in this book.​
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PDF-ebook
Sprache
englisch 
Altersgruppe
02-99
Seiten
258
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1.9 MB
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24 Monate
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Verlag
Springer Netherland
Erscheinungsort
Dordrecht/NL
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Ausgabe
Artikel
DG4468866

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