Matti Häyry

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Matti Häyry
Data i miejsce urodzenia 20 września 1956
Finlandia
Zawód filozof

Matti Häyry (ur. 20 września 1956 roku) — brytyjski i fiński filozof.

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Studiował filozofię i etykę na Uniwersytecie Helsińskim. Rozprawę doktorską napisał pod opieką fińskiego filozofa Tima Airaksinena[1]. Obecnie mieszka w Wielkiej Brytanii i pracuje jako profesor Uniwersytetu Manchesterskiego, gdzie wykłada bioetykę i filozofię prawa. Jednocześnie zajmuje stanowisko adiunkta w Uniwersytecie Helsińskim. Członek Fińskiej Akademii Nauk od roku 2005[2].

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Księgi[edytuj | edytuj kod]

  • Rationality and the Genetic Challenge: Making People Better? Cambridge Series on Law, Medicine and Ethics, 2010, Cambridge University Press.
  • Cloning, Selection, and Values: Essays on Bioethical Intuitions. Helsinki: Societas Philosophica Fennica, 2007. (Acta Philosophica Fennica Vol. 81.) 197 pp.
  • Liberal Utilitarianism and Applied Ethics. Electronic edition. London: Taylor & Francis Books, 2002. xi + 205 pp. LUAE.
  • A Historical Introduction to Moral Philosophy. In Finnish. Hyvä elämä ja oikea käytös: Historiallinen johdatus moraalifilosofiaan. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press, 2002. 182 pp.
  • Playing God: Essays on Bioethics. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press, 2001. iii + 162 pp.
  • A Historical Introduction to the Theory and Applications of Utilitarian Ethics. In Finnish. Mahdollisimman monen onnellisuus: Utilitarismin historia, teoria ja sovellukset. Helsinki: WSOY, 2001. 241 pp.

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W języku angielskim
  • Matti Häyry, Hetta Häyry. Obedience to Rules and Berkeley’s Theological Utilitarianism. „Utilitas”. 6 (2), s. 233—242, 1994. 
  • The historical idea of a better race. Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology 2 (2008), Article 11 — http://www.bepress.com/selt/vol2/iss1/art11
  • Generous funding for interventive aging research now? Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology 1 (2007), Article 13 — http://www.bepress.com/selt/vol1/iss1/art13
  • Benefiting from past wrongdoing, human embryonic stem cell lines, and the fragility of the German legal position (with T. Takala). Bioethics 21 (2007): 150—159.
  • Public health and human values. Journal of Medical Ethics 32 (2006): 519—521.
  • Ethicalisation in bioscience — a pilot study (with J. Takala, P. Jallinoja, S. Lötjönen and T. Takala). Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 15 (2006): 282—284.
  • Overcritical, overfriendly? A dialogue between a sociologist and a philosopher on genetic technology and its applications (with M. Levitt). Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 8 (2005): 377—383.
  • The tension between self-governance and absolute inner worth in Kant’s moral philosophy. Journal of Medical Ethics 31 (2005): 645—647.
  • The rational cure for prereproductive stress syndrome revisited. Journal of Medical Ethics 31 (2005): 606—607.
  • Can arguments address concerns? Journal of Medical Ethics 31 (2005): 598—600.
  • Human dignity, bioethics, and human rights (with T. Takala). Developing World Bioethics 5 (2005): 225—233.
  • Precaution and solidarity. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 14 (2005): 199—206.
  • A defense of relativism. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 14 (2005): 7-12.
  • There is a difference between selecting a deaf embryo and deafening a hearing child. Journal of Medical Ethics 30 (2004): 510—512.
  • Is communitarian thinking altruistic? (with T. Takala). Trames 8 (2004): 276—283.
  • A rational cure for pre-reproductive stress syndrome. Journal of Medical Ethics 30 (2004): 377—378.
  • Prescribing cannabis: freedom, autonomy, and values. Journal of Medical Ethics 30 (2004): 333—336.
  • If you must make babies, then at least make the best babies you can? Human Fertility 7 (2004): 105—112.
  • Another look at dignity. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 13 (2004): 7-14.
  • Philosophical arguments for and against human reproductive cloning. Bioethics 17 (2003): 447—459.
  • European values in bioethics: why, what, and how to be used? Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 24 (2003): 199—214.
  • Ethics committees in Finland : their levels, methods, and point (with T. Takala). Notizie di Politeia 43 n:o 67 (2002): 60-64.
  • Genetic information, rights, and autonomy (with T. Takala). Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 22 (2001): 403—414.
  • But what if we feel that cloning is wrong? Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 10 (2001): 205—208.
  • Abortion, disability, assent and consent. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 10 (2001): 79-87.
W języku fińskim
  • Häyry, Heta, Matti Häyry. Järki moraalin perustana. „Ajatus”, 1997 (fiń.). 

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