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    Bien commun (Common good) / Intérêt général (Public interest) + Kadri Simm, "The Concepts of Common Good and Public Interest: From Plato to Biobanking

    Johnathan R. Razorback
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    Bien commun (Common good) / Intérêt général (Public interest) + Kadri Simm, "The Concepts of Common Good and Public Interest: From Plato to Biobanking Empty Bien commun (Common good) / Intérêt général (Public interest) + Kadri Simm, "The Concepts of Common Good and Public Interest: From Plato to Biobanking

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback Dim 17 Déc - 15:39

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bien_commun

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_good

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Int%C3%A9r%C3%AAt_g%C3%A9n%C3%A9ral

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_interest

    "Ussing  common  good  is  impossible  without  references  to  its  numerous‘‘relatives’’—concepts  of  public  interest,  common  interest,  and  public  good.Some  argue  that  these  notions  are interchangeable,  some  say  that  they  overlapto  a  degree,  and  some  see  them  as  fundamentally  different." (p.554)

    "The best political order for Plato was that which promoted social peace in an environment of cooperation and friendship among different social groups, each benefiting from and adding to the common good. In The Republic Socrates argues that the greatest social good, the objective of the law-givers’ activity, is the ‘‘cohesion and unity’’ that ‘‘result from the common feelings of pleasure and pain which you get when all members of a society a reglad or sorry for the same successes and failures.’’

    For Aristotle, living a good life was not possible in isolation but rather required association with others, with a larger community, and that made it possible tolive a full life and pursue happiness. Each and every plant, animal, and human had a purpose in life, and to pursue that purpose was the right and natural thing for them to do. In this teleological view of the world, common good was something as objective and unambiguous as a law of nature.

    What about the relationship between the individual good and the commongood ? Overall, it is fair to say that in antiquity the common good was considered to be of higher value than the individual good, but it was also assumed that inmost cases the two coincided." (p.555)
    -Kadri Simm, "The Concepts of Common Good and Public Interest: From Plato to Biobanking", Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 20 (4):, 2011, pp.554–62.



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