Contributo para cogitar o relacionamento familiar na tradição judaica
Jayme Vita Roso*
"Do we today have an available bioethics? Yes, we do, a bad one: what the Germans call Bindenstrich-Ethik, or 'hyphen-ethics', where what gets lost in the hyphenation is ethics as such. The problem is not that a universal ethics is being dissolved into a multitude of specialized ones (bioethics, business ethics, medical ethics and so on) but that particular scientific break-throughs are immediately set against humanist 'values', leading to complaints that biogenetics, for example, threatens our sense of dignity and autonomy"¹.