Artykuł Tomasza Żuradzkiego i Karoliny Wiśniowskiej w The American Journal of Bioethics
In this paper, we use an innovative, empirical, and–as yet–rarely applied method in bioethics, namely corpus analysis. By demonstrating the ambiguity of the concept of dignity discernible when analyzing its use in normative contexts, our work is a novel contribution to the debates among the historians of ideas about conceptual identity and conceptual drift.
Link do artykułu: A Data-Driven Argument in Bioethics: Why Theologically Grounded Concepts May Not Provide the Necessary Intellectual Resources to Discuss Inequality and Injustice in Healthcare Contexts.
This research has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program [grant agreement 805498].