The Factory of False Windows in Law and in Ethics. Symmetries and Dissymmetries of Values
Keywords:Law, ethics, values
There exists in ethics many values that seem to enjoy full positivity, which is expressed by names, but which in reality hide either asymmetries or false balances between the very opposed values they pretend to reconcile, while this pretense turns out fruitless.
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