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Etikk i praksis - Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.122
Number of Followers: 1  

  This is an Open Access Journal Open Access journal
ISSN (Print) 1890-3991 - ISSN (Online) 1890-4009
Published by NTNU Homepage  [6 journals]
  • Bidragsyterne - Contributors

    • Authors: The Editors; EiP
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
       
  • Freedom to avoid harm

    • Authors: Allen Alvarez, Espen Dyrnes Stabell, May Thorseth
      Pages: 1 - 3
      Abstract: The editorial introduces original articles, a commentary and book review.
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4935
       
  • Universities and other Institutions – not Hate Speech Laws – are a
           threat to Freedom of Political Speech

    • Authors: Sigri Gaïni
      Pages: 5 - 19
      Abstract: One of the strongest arguments against hate speech legislation is the so-called Argument from Political Speech. This argument problematizes the restrictions that might be placed on political opinions or political critique when these opinions are expressed in a way which can be interpreted as ‘hateful’ towards minority groups. One of the strongest free speech scholars opposing hate speech legislation is Ronald Dworkin, who stresses that having restrictions on hate speech is, in fact, illegitimate in a liberal democracy. The right to express oneself freely concerning any political decision is, according to Dworkin, a core democratic principle; it is what self-governance – and hence liberal democracies – are built upon. Dworkin and many other free speech scholars based in the United States see hate speech legislation as a threat to expressing oneself freely and critically. I argue that Dworkin and other US-based free speech scholars tend to overlook actual hate speech legislation in countries where such laws have been implemented and have functioned for decades. Furthermore, I argue that the real threat against political speech lies not in hate speech legislation but rather outside of the law, namely, in private institutions such as universities and museums. Restrictions on political speech in various societal circumstances have been on the rise over the last decades – first and foremost in the US. I analyse why these restrictions on political speech are more widespread in the only Western country without laws against hate speech than they are in countries with implemented hate speech laws. Keywords: political speech, hate speech, hate speech legislation, private institu-tions, universities, USA
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4826
       
  • Lowering Toilet Seats

    • Authors: Bouke De Vries
      Pages: 21 - 31
      Abstract: Many people who stand to pee raise the toilet seat so that they have a larger target to aim at. However, if the seat is left in this position, any subsequent toilet user who defecates or pees sitting down will need to lower the seat. Some of us believe that this inconvenience should not be visited on those who pee sitting down, while others deny that there is anything wrong with leaving the toilet seat in the position that you used it. This article offers the first scholarly defense of the seat-down norm. In so doing, it shows that recent claims that this norm would be unfair and inefficient are unwarranted. Keywords: Toilet seats; Toilets; Bathrooms; Gender Inequality; Urination; Defecation; Expensive tastes; Stehpinkler; Sitzpinkler
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4112
       
  • Evidens, estetikk og etikk

    • Authors: Bjørn Hofmann
      Pages: 33 - 52
      Abstract: Helsevesenet har blitt en sentral samfunnsaktør og medisinen dets førende fag. Hvorfor har det blitt slik' En grunn er at medisinen fører sammen sfærer som ellers har vært adskilt: det sanne, det gode og det skjønne. Medisinen som fag og helsevesenet som institusjon, har blitt et fascinerende skjæringspunkt nettopp mellom evidens, etikk og estetikk. Her kobles kunnskap til det som er vondt og skjønnhet til det som er friskt. Kunnskapsproduksjonen dirigeres ut fra ønsket om å gjøre det gode ved å unngå det vonde. Samtidig styres helsevesenets normer også av estetikkens normer. Koblingene mellom evidens, estetikk og etikk gir noen grunnleggende utfordringer, som det er viktig å være oppmerksom på. Riktig håndtert gjør de helsevesenet generelt og medisinen spesielt til et fascinerende og fruktbart skjæringspunkt mellom det sanne, det gode og det skjønne. Nøkkelord: Evidens, etikk, estetikk, sannhete, godhet, skjønnhet English Title: Evidence, ethics and aesthetics: Medicine at the intersection of the true, the good and the beautiful Abstract: While Western history of ideas has tried to differentiate truth, goodness, and beauty, medicine is a fascinating meeting place precisely between evidence, ethics, and aesthetics. In medicine, knowledge is connected to pain and suffering and beauty to health. The production of knowledge is directed towards doing good by avoiding bad. At the same time, medicine is also governed by aesthetics. A range of challenges follow from the connection between the three spheres, but if we are attentive to the interconnectedness medicine becomes a fascinating and fruitful rendezvous of truth, goodness, and beauty. Keywords: Evidence, ethics, aesthetics, truth, goodness, beauty
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4822
       
  • Revisiting the limits of free speech: Lavik's ban on climate
           denialism

    • Authors: Efren Alverio II
      Pages: 53 - 56
      Abstract: A commentary on Trygve Lavik's article "Climate change denial, freedom of speech and global justice".
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4919
       
  • Klar for en ny teori i bioetikk'

    • Authors: Kamilla Østerberg, Henrik Wathne
      Pages: 57 - 62
      Abstract: Bokanmeldelse av DeGrazia, D., & Millum, J. (2021). A Theory of Bioethics. Cambridge University Press. 316 sider. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781009026710
      PubDate: 2022-06-23
      DOI: 10.5324/eip.v16i1.4870
       
 
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