Morally Controversial Legal Regulations

Dny práva, Days of Law: the Conference Proceedings, 1. edition. Brno : Masaryk University, 2009

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Dawid Bunikowski

Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship, Department of Philosophy; University of the Arctic; Cardiff University, Centre for Law and Religion; University of Eastern Finland, Law School

Date Written: October 31, 2009

Abstract

The subject of my paper is some reflections about morally and socially controversial cases such as abortion, euthanasia, pornography, prostitution, homosexual couples, cloning, human fertilization, some aspects of borderlines of law and medicine, bioethics, professional ethics, some institutions of family law (polygamy, bigamy, duties during and after marriage), etc., and, of course, legal regulations concerning them. Prima facie, laws concerning morally and socially controversial phenomena are “morally controversial legal regulations.”

Keywords: law, morality, controversies

Suggested Citation

Bunikowski, Dawid, Morally Controversial Legal Regulations (October 31, 2009). Dny práva, Days of Law: the Conference Proceedings, 1. edition. Brno : Masaryk University, 2009, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2725357

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