27.07.2022

CfP: ZEMO Special Issue "For Your Own Good? History, Concept, and Ethics of Paternalism"

E-Mail Adresse für Einreichungen: michael.kuehler@kit.edu
Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Deadline: 31.01.2023 (final paper)
Datum: 31.01.2023
Name der Publikation: ZEMO: Zeitschrift für Ethik und Moralphilosophie

The contributions to the special issue are intended to discuss both the theoretical and the practical ethical dimension of paternalism, with a special emphasis on the interrelation between theoretical or metaethical analyses, on the one hand, and discussions in various contexts of applied ethics, on the other hand. What implications may certain conceptual analyses and conceptions of paternalism have on specific assessments of concrete situations in applied ethics, and how plausible are these implications, especially when it comes to possible or contested justifications for paternalistic interferences (vs. non-interfering)? Conversely, what can discussions in applied ethics about cases of (apparent) paternalistic interferences tell us about the appropriateness of certain theoretical or metaethical analyses of such cases in terms of conceptions and theoretical distinctions of paternalism? Could they provide us with convincing reasons for criticizing and revising certain conceptual analyses of paternalism? Finally, what can we learn from historical examples of paternalistic practices for current debate? In addressing these questions, the contributions to the special issue are supposed to shed further light on the history, concept, and ethics of paternalism.

Guest-editors: Michael Kühler (michael.kuehler@kit.edu) & Veselin Mitrovi? (vmitrovic@idn.org.rs)

If you are interested in submitting a paper, please contact one or both of the guest editors to discuss further details.

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