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dc.contributor.authorLosada Sierra, Manuel
dc.contributor.authorBarrios Tao, Hernando
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dc.date.issued2016-07-11
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/rlbi/article/view/1674
dc.identifier10.18359/rlbi.1674
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/34259
dc.descriptionThis paper is a critical review of the most relevant studies about the Levinasian concept of passivity. The purpose is to follow the way in which Levinas’s scholars have dealt with the following aspects: the relation between ethical passivity and the possibility of effective ethical agency, the origin of passivity, and the validity of ethical passivity in the public sphere. As an starting point for a future research, I finally argue that the best way to read Levinas’s passive ethics is through the dynamism between maximums and minimums present within it. This means that without sacrificing the omnicomprehensive view of divine revelation and Jewish tradition, Levinas presents ethics as rationally understandable by everyone and philosophically defensible. Despite being biblically based, Levinas does not appeal to authority in supporting his view, he is confident in arguing rationally. This account could place Levinas in the way of civil ethics which consists in an ethos shared by all members of democratic societies. These minimums of justice could be the way to universalize Levinas’s ethics.  eng
dc.descriptionEl presente artículo es una revisión crítica de los más importantes estudios sobre el concepto levinasiano de pasividad. El propósito del mismo es seguir el camino través del cual estos estudios han tratado los siguientes aspectos: la relación entre pasividad ética y la posibilidad real de una efectiva agencia ética, el origen de la pasividad y la validez de la pasividad ética en la esfera pública. Finalmente planteo, como principio para una subsecuente investigación, que el mejor camino para leer el concepto de pasividad en Levinas es a través del dinamismo entre máximos y mínimos presentes en él. Esto significa que sin sacrificar la visión omnicomprensiva de la revelación divina y la tradición judía, Levinas presenta la ética como racionalmente entendible por todos y defendible filosóficamente. A pesar de estar basada en la Biblia, Levinas no recurre a ninguna autoridad dogmática para justificar su visión. Él está confiado en argumentar racionalmente. Esta perspectiva puede poner a Levinas en la línea de la ética civil que consiste en un ethos compartido por todos los miembros de las sociedades democráticas. Lo mínimos de justicia puede ser el camino para universalizar la ética de Levinas.spa
dc.descriptionEste artigo é uma revisão crítica dos estudos mais importantes sobre o conceito Levinasiano de passividade. O objetivo do mesmo é seguir o caminho através do qual estes estudos têm abordado as seguintes questões: a relação entre passividade ética e a possibilidade real de uma eficaz agência de ética, a origem de passividade e a validade da passividade ética na esfera pública. Finalmente esboço como princípio para uma pesquisa posterior, que a melhor maneira de ler o conceito de passividade em Levinas é através do dinamismo entre máximos e mínimos presentes nele. Isto significa que, sem sacrificar a visão abrangente da revelação divina e da tradição judaica, Levinas apresenta a ética como racionalmente compreensível por todos e filosoficamente defensável. Apesar de ser baseada na Bíblia, Levinas não recorre a nenhuma autoridade dogmática para justificar sua visão. Ele está confiado em argumentar racionalmente. Essa perspectiva pode colocar a Levinas na linha da ética civil, que consiste em um ethos compartilhado por todos os membros das sociedades democráticas. O mínimo de justiça pode ser o caminho para universalizar a ética de Levinas.por
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dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2016 Revista Latinoamericana de Bioéticaspa
dc.rightshttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0spa
dc.sourceRevista Latinoamericana de Bioética; Vol. 16 Núm. 31-2 (2016): ¿Crisis de la bioética o bioética de la crisis?; 70-81spa
dc.source2462-859X
dc.source1657-4702
dc.titleEthical passivity between maximal and minimal meaningseng
dc.titlePasividad ética entre eficiencia máxima y mínimaspa
dc.titlePassividade ética entre a eficiência máxima e mínimapor
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