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Uncertain Dignity: Judging Human Dignity as a Constitutional Value

@inproceedings{Soroko2014UncertainDJ,
  title={Uncertain Dignity: Judging Human Dignity as a Constitutional Value},
  author={L. Soroko},
  year={2014}
}
philosophical notion and a practical tool for resolving normative dilemmas in real life. There is a long-standing stream of scholarship that doubts the practical usefulness of moral principles for the purpose of guiding practical judgment. Richard Rorty for example argued that abstract foundational principles “never helped anyone who actually had a difficult problem and all they can possibly do is just serve to abbreviate a set of moral intuitions.” In my discussion I argue against the view… Expand
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