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Fundamentación de la bioética : Simone Pollo: Umani e animali: questioni di etica
Enviado por Biblio on 5/2/2019 8:30:00 (55 Lecturas)

Trotta FG. Simone Pollo: Umani e animali: questioni di etica. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice.2018;21(3):747-749.

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The Darwinian idea – revolutionary at the time – that humans and animals “may be netted together” never seems to lose its innovative force. The last two hundred years have simply contributed, from that point of view, to transform the hypothesis into a fact. Yet we often risk forgetting it in the practice of our daily life. In his work Umani e animali: questioni di etica [Humans and Animals: Ethical Issues] Simone Pollo refers to several significant theoretical positions, but it is particularly the Darwinian lesson to be taken as the premise and foundation for any ethical-philosophical discussion on non-human animals. Only from Darwin, namely from the assertion of the continuum between animals and humans – from the attribution of cognitions and emotions to animals and from the consequent anti-anthropocentrism and anti-finalism – can we start, according to the author, a moral reflection on the relationship between humans and animals.

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