Ethical Studies, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2020 (Special Issue)

Ethical Studies

Volume 5, Issue 1, May 2020
Special Issue

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CONTENTS

THEME OF THE ISSUE

ETHICS AND STATE OF EMERGENCY

Theme of the Issue: „Ethics and State of Emergency“
Editor-In-Chief – Emilia V. Marinova

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 1-2

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For Viruses with Love (?):
Biodiversity as Bioethical Challenge
(The Bulgarian Context)

Stoyan Stavru
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 3-26
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What Is Left Over, After the Freedom of Movement Is Taken to You
Stilian Yotov
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 27-49

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Risk as Personal Responsibility
Lyuboslava Kostova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 50-65

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Translation
Еthicists Agree on Who Gets Treated First
When Hospitals Are Overwhelmed by Coronavirus
Olivia Goldhill

Оливия Голдхил

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 66-70

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Deficits of Guiltless Responsibility in the Conditions
of the COVID-19 Pandemy

Borislav Gradinarov
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 71-86

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Risk, Pandemia, Bio Power
Tanya Nedelcheva
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 87-99

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The Information and Its Role in Public Opinion
in a State of Emergency

Svetlana Alexandrova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 100-113

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Can Social Justice Be “Unjust” in Times of Emergency? An Ethical Perspective
Martin Mirchev, Albena Kerekovska
Medical University “Prof. d-r Paraskev Stoyanov” – Varna

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 114-123

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What Ethical Instruments Do We Have in the Ethical Toolbox
To Deal with Moral Problems in Times of Crisis?

Atanas Anov, Silviya Aleksandrova-Yankulovska
Medical University – Pleven

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 124-140

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COVID-19 and Life as an End
Hristina Ambareva
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 141-151

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Be Kind, Stay Calm: The Impact of Coronavirus on Meaning of Life:
between Free Will and Nihilism

John Bole
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 152-168

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Freedom and/or Solidarity?
Psychiatric “Diagnoses” on the State of Emergency

Gergana Mircheva
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 169-193

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From Temporary Responsibility to Moral Obligation: Did “Black Death” Health Boards
Create Our Notion of Public Health as a Duty of the State?

Aleksandra K. Traykova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 194-203

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Digitalization in Healthcare and COVID-19:
Basic Ethical Aspects and Challenges

Ludmila Ivancheva
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 204-218

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Coronavirus: The Ethics’ Pandemic
Aglaya Denkova
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 219-240

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When Does the State of Emergency Becomes
An Immoral Act?

Ivan Kacarski
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS

Ethical Studies, Vol. 5 (1)/2020: 241-255

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