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DOI 10.12887/26-2013-4-104-10



Jan JACKO – The Axiological Nimbus: Some Remarks on the Ethical Aspects of Personal Space


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In the current article I claim that the norms conceived as inalienable human rights, which protect the dignity, freedom, and the mental and physical integrity of a human being as well as some social bonds, are relevant to the consideration of personal space and may be understood much more comprehensively once they incorporate the principles of conduct respectful of personal space.

In the opening part of the paper the ontological relationship between a human person and the person’s private space has been determined by way of an ontological and phenomenological analysis. The body of the text comprises a critical presentation of the results of the relevant research made in the field of proxemics, in particular regarding the experiences and evaluations that appear within personal space. In the concluding part of the considerations the relation of universal human rights to personal space is scrutinized and some new perspectives of the research on the ethical aspects of personal space are delineated.

Translated by Dorota Chabrajska

Keywords: human rights, personal space, proxemics, normative ethics, personalism

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