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By Astrom K.J., Wittenmark B.
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Consequently, we begin not with absolute certainty about what constitutes moral agency but with a standard characterization that will itself need to be investigated and submitted to critical evaluation. ” Agency, however, is a concept that has a rather speciﬁc characterization within the Western philosophical tradition. “The idea of agency,” Himma explains, “is conceptually associated with the idea of being capable of doing something that counts as an act or action. As a conceptual matter, X is an agent if and only if X is capable of performing action.
In making this argument, the petitioners referenced and utilized recent innovations in animal rights philosophy, especially the groundbreaking work of Peter Singer and other “personists” who have successfully advanced the idea that some animals are and should be considered persons (DeGrazia 2006, 49). Crucial to this line of argumentation is a characterization of “person” that does not simply identify it with or make it dependent upon the species Homo sapiens. Unfortunately, Austrian civil law code does not provide an explicit deﬁnition of “person,” and the extant judicial literature, as Balluch and Theuer point out, provides no guidance for resolving the issue.
Conversely, some members of the human species are arguably less than full persons in both legal and ethical matters. There is, for instance, considerable debate in health care and bioethics as to whether a human fetus or a brain-dead individual in a persistent vegetative state is a person with an inherent “right to life” or not. Consequently, differentiating the category person from that of human not only has facilitated and justiﬁed various forms of oppression and exclusion but also, and perhaps ironically, has made it possible to consider others, like nonhuman animals and artiﬁcial entities, as legitimate moral subjects with appropriate rights and responsibilities.
Adaptive control by Astrom K.J., Wittenmark B.