Ethical Studies, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2021

Ethical Studies

Volume 6, Issue 2, December 2021


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CONTENTS

THEME OF THE ISSUE

ETHICS: FREEDOM AND DUTY

Theme of the Issue – Ethics: Freedom and Duty
Editors – Aleksandra K. Traykova, Ivan Mikov
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 1-2

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DIMENSIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF FREEDOM AND DUTY

Ideological Interpretations of the Relationship Between Freedom and Duty
Vassil Prodanov
Thracian Scientific Institute – Sofia
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 3-13
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The Concepts of „Duty“ and „Freedom“
(Philosophy, Moralizing Reflection And The „Dark“ Matter Of Language)
Ruben Grantovich Apressyan
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 14-22
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Why is Business Inclined to Unilaterally Guarantee
More Rights of End Users?

Valentina Dramalieva
University of National and World Economy, Sofia
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 23-33
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Intensification Of Science-Society Dialogue as A Prerequisite For
An Effective Balance Between Academic Freedom
And Social Responsibility of Scientific Research
Ludmila Ivancheva
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 34-46
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DUTY, FREEDOM AND VALUES

Towards A Metaphysics of Obligations
Ivan Kolev
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 47-54
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The Justification of Moral Duty on the Basis of
the Strategic Egoism: pro et contra

Andrey Vyacheslavovich Prokofyev
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 55-63
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Freedom And Duty in The Context Of An Axiology Per Argumentum E Contrario
Sylvia Borissova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 64-86
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FREEDOM AND AUTONOMY IN THE SPHERE OF MORALITY

The Role of Freedom For Moral Autonomy In The Project Of Moral Bioenhancement
Silviya Serafimova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 87-98
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Moral Duty and Moral Freedom in Bergson’s The Two Sources of Religion and Morality.
The Role of the “Great Mystics”
Vasileios Stratis
University of Athens, Laboratory of Applied Ethics
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 99-108
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Graph Formalism for Normative Ethical Tasks in Artificial Intelligence
Boris D. Grozdanoff
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS/ Defence and International Security Institute/ QAISEC
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 109-120
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APPLIED-ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF DUTY AND FREEDOM

The Future of Ethics and The End of The Fire
Stoyan Stavru
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 121-134
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The Plague That Did Not Kill – About Journalistic Duty in Covering Crises
Dian Bozhidarov
Independent Researcher, Journalist
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 135-143
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ETHICAL CONCEPTIONS OF FREEDOM AND DUTY

The Principle of Duty in Thomas Reid’s Moral Philosophy
Olga Artemyeva
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 144-152
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The Triple Duties in The Devotional and Instructive Literature In
The Early Modern Time
Margarita A. Korzo
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 153-159
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The Conception of Slavery by Nature in Aristotle’s Philosophy –
Freedom, Defined by Virtue
Roman S. Platonov
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 160-167
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The Concept of Moral Duty: The Challenge of Auschwitz
Olga Zubets
Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 168-176
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The Notion of Duty In Adam Smith’s Moral Philosophy
Aleksandra K. Traykova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 177-186
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The Religion of Reason and the Transcendental Ideal in the
Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
Tsvetelin Angelov
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 187-198
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The Moral Grounds of Critical Theory:
Max Horkheimer’s Early Critical Theory
Megi Popova
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 199-214
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Excessively Excellent: Ethical Considerations Against Perfection
Vasil Lozanov
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 215-227
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FREEDOM AND DUTY IN THE FIELD OF THE REPRODUCTIVE ETHICS

The Woman Between Duty and Individuality
Yoana Pavlova
Technical University – Sofia
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 228-242
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Reproductive Decisions of Parents of Children with Disabilities:
Between Free Choice and Duty
Gergana Mircheva
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 243-259
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Vulnerability and Gender: Towards Possible Reproductive Authenticity.
Isabela Case
Lyuboslava Kostova
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, BAS
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 260-270
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Moral and Ethical Principles, Religious Views and Legal Norms in Prenatal Diagnostics
Irina Markova
Southwest University “Neofit Rilski”, Blagoevgrad
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 271-278
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MEDICAL ETHICS BETWEEN AUTONOMY AND PATERNALISM

Infringement Of Autonomy in Medical Context
Martin Mirchev, Alexander Stoychev
Medical University “Prof. d-r Paraskev Stoyanov” –Varna
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 279-288
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Medical Paternalism, Autonomy and Informed Consent in
Obstetrical and Gynecological Practice
Peter Markov
Acibadem City Clinic MBAL “Tokuda”, Sofia/ Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 289-295
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Medical Paternalism as Beneficence and Care in the Context of
Individual Autonomy and Public Health
Konstans Hesapchieva
Sofia University „St. Kliment Ohridski“
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 296-303
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ETHICS LABORATORY

Healthcare Students’ Perception and Opinion on Covid-19 Related Treatment Prioritization
Evangelos Kazakos – University of Western Macedonia, Ptolemaida, Greece
Nikoleta Leventi, Alexandrina Vodenitcharova,
Kristina Popova, Stefan Velikov, Antoniya Yanakieva, Krasimira Markova
Medical University, Sofia, Bulgaria
Ethical Studies, Vol. 6 (2)/2021: 304-307
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