Care, justice and relational autonomy: how to rethink healthcare ethics

21 February 2022 | 11:00 — 13:00

FBK-ISR International Seminar 2022

A tendency to report the main issues of the medical ethics debate in the form of a polarization is quite evident: medical paternalism versus individual autonomy, catholic versus lay positions for what regards the Italian debate, a presumed opposition between young and old people, at the time of the tragic choices during the outbreak, show that contrapositions are often adopted to discuss delicate and relevant ethical issues in medicine. To go beyond these terms it seems necessary to consider different models and moral references.

Care and justice represent relevant moral criteria and they can inspire healthcare choices and decisions on a global scale and at a local level . The notions of relational autonomy, reciprocity and intersubjectivity allow rethinking of healthcare contexts and looking differently to our healthcare future.

Scientific coordination: Massimo Leone, Direttor FBK-ISR

 

Cycle of seminars: “De-Polarization in Religion and Ethics

 

The event will be held in Italian

The presentation will take place online

To connect to the event, registration is required by Sunday 20 February 2022 at 11.59 pm

During the meeting, the webcam and microphone will be disabled to avoid network overloads

 

 

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