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2009 | 25 | 129-146
Article title

O dwu sposobach pozyskiwania organów do transplantacji

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EN
On Two Manners of Acquiring Organs for Transplantation
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Wprowadzenie; 1. W poszukiwaniu organów – współczesne propozycje rozwiązania problemu; 2. Czarny rynek organów – jego realia i konsekwencje; 3. Ku uregulowanemu rynkowi organów; 4. Antropologia wolnego rynku organów; 5. W stronę alternatywnego myślenia o osobie i jej cielesności; 6. Poszukiwanie organów do transplantacji: logika daru; Zakończenie.
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The technical possibility of carrying out transplantations of different human organs is usually associated with their scarce availability. Two solutions are put forward in order to deal with the issue: acquiring organs via a free market or sensitizing people to donation of organs as gifts. In the article these two proposals are considered with a special emphasis on the philosophical concepts of the person and his/her body which are presupposed in them. Critical examination reveals that a human body is an integral part of the person, hence cannot be treated as a commodity. Bodily organs can be treated, however, as a gift of one person to another. The logic of gift, then, is more adequate to who the person is, and it should influence people’s attitudes concerning organ donation.
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25
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129-146
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  • Wydział Filozoficzny Uniwersytet Papieski Jana Pawła II Kraków
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