Book 2007

Perspectives on Human Dignity: A Conversation


ISBN: 978-1-4020-6280-3 (Print) 978-1-4020-6281-0 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. The Concept of Human Dignity

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-5

      Introduction to a Conversation

    2. Chapter

      Pages 9-18

      Human Dignity and Human Worth

    3. Chapter

      Pages 19-25

      Human Dignity and Human Being

    4. Chapter

      Pages 27-41

      On Human Dignity: Fragments of an Exploration

    5. Chapter

      Pages 43-58

      Two Conceptions of Dignity: Honour and Self-Determination

    6. Chapter

      Pages 59-72

      Human Dignity and Charity

    7. Chapter

      Pages 73-92

      Human Dignity: Functions and Meanings

    8. Chapter

      Pages 93-105

      A Brief History of Human Dignity: Idea and Application

  3. Human Dignity in Context

    1. Chapter

      Pages 109-118

      A Journey Towards Understanding: True and False Dignity

    2. Chapter

      Pages 119-126

      The Question of Dignity: Doubts and Loves and a Whisper from Where the Ruined House Once Stood

    3. Chapter

      Pages 127-134

      Religion and Dignity: Assent and Dissent

    4. Chapter

      Pages 135-139

      Giving the Past Its Dignity

    5. Chapter

      Pages 141-149

      Dignity and Indignity

    6. Chapter

      Pages 151-156

      Human Dignity and the Law

    7. Chapter

      Pages 157-168

      On the International Legal Aspects of Human Dignity

    8. Chapter

      Pages 169-182

      Doing Justice to Dignity in the Criminal Law

    9. Chapter

      Pages 183-186

      Human Dignity: The New Phase in International Law

    10. Chapter

      Pages 187-191

      Dignity and Health

    11. Chapter

      Pages 193-197

      Human Dignity: The Perspective of a Gynaecological Oncologist

    12. Chapter

      Pages 199-207

      The Social Origins of Dignity in Medical Care at the End of Life

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