María Elton Bulnes

María Elton Bulnes
University of the Andes (Chile) | UANDES · Institute of Philosophy

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Today there is a generalized opinion ac�cording to which there would be equal�ity between men and women in the workforce and the political society to the extent that there is co-responsibility between both of them in domestic tasks. The difficulty in achieving this goal has been due to a certain predominant indi�vidualistic culture, from which...
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Precisamente en momentos en que el determinismo humeano de la voluntad estaba comenzando a tener fuerza de tradición, surge Thomas Reid con una filosofía de la voluntad libre que tiene los rasgos principales de la tradición clásica anterior a Hume, medieval y tempranamente moderna. Su método inductivo, sin embargo, está tomado de Newton y del senti...
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The agent-cause theory of action of Thomas Reid has found favorable reception in the contemporary philosophy of action, as a subtle alternative to the prevalent event-cause theory of action, because of its astute criticism of the latter. However, this reception has been not unproblematic, deriving an interesting discussion about the activity of the...
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The Enlightenment concept of moral autonomy, which endures nowadays, deems obedience as a blind and irrational behavior, and forgets the virtuous character it had in the thought of Thomas Aquinas, who on his part assumes Aristotle's philosophy. In this paper the Enlightenment conception of moral autonomy is discussed, proving the rational character...
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El concepto de autonomía moral ilustrado, que persiste en nuestros días, ha considerado a la obediencia como una conducta ciega e irracional, olvidando el carácter virtuoso que tuvo en el pensamiento de Tomás de Aquino, que asume el de Aristóteles. En este artículo se discute esa concepción ilustrada, demostrando el carácter racional de esa virtud,...
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Both Kant’s Enlightenment tradition and Aquinas’ Aristotelian tradition will usually manage the same elements in order to explain the reality of moral experience, namely: practical reason of the common man, moral law, will, and natural inclinations. Yet the relation existing between these elements certainly varies from one tradition to the other si...
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Some interpreters associate Smith with the Stoics. My aim in this paper is to discuss this position in relation with one principal aspect of this view, adopted by most of these authors, according to which the Smith’s concept of self-love is narrowly linked to the Stoic notion of oikeiosis. I intend here to demonstrate that Smithian self-love, as se...
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The Kantian ideal is to establish a rational foundation of morality, accessible to everybody, independently of each own religiuos beliefs or even in absence of these beliefs. However, the Kantian practical reason does not ultimately fulfill this ideal, because the subject must have rational faith in the existence of God in order to promote its obje...
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Self-interest is, in Adam Smith, more than an economic axiom that rules the workings of the market. It is an anthropological principle whose rational moderation allows the economic activities in commercial society to develop in a prudent and just way. These virtues have, in the Scottish Philosopher, certain traits that are characteristic of a mater...
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Hutcheson reduces practical rationality to instrumental reason because he remains loyal to the theory of ideas. In certain texts, he bases this reduction on Aristotle. The aim of this paper is to set out the points in which Hutcheson wrongly interprets Aristotle, thus showing Hutcheson's ignorance in regard to nous as an intellectual principle that...
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Una cierta vulgarización del pensamiento de Adam Smith ha puesto el acento en la importancia del interés por sí mismo en la sociedad comercial, con detrimento de la benevolencia. El interés por sí mismo sería no moral y la benevolencia moral. En este artículo se sostiene, sin embargo, que si profundizamos en su filosofía expuesta en La Teoría de lo...
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Fénelon; reflexión; conciencia; amor por la propia excelencia.
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Bibliografía p. 215-227 Fundamentar teóricamente el derecho de los padres a la educación de sus hijos y desarrollar las implicaciones pedagógicas, jurídicas y socio-políticas del modelo de política educativa que de este planteamiento se desprenden

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