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Francisco Javier Gil Martín
Profesor titular de la Universidad de Oviedo. Presidente de la Sociedad Académica de Filosofía
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https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7679-4992
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Vol. 24 Núm. 1-2 (2020): Nº doble correspondiente al año 2020, Artículos, Páginas 1-16
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15304/telos.24.1-2.7154
Recibido: 05-10-2020 Aceptado: 03-12-2020 Publicado: 16-09-2021
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En este artículo se analizan algunas de las implicaciones que tienen las prácticas de triaje para la ética de desastres. Se considera la centralidad técnica de la cuantificación en los modelos algorítmicos y numéricos de triaje y se incide en la prevalencia normativa de los criterios consecuencialistas, incluso cuando éstos hayan de ajustarse a sistemas de múltiples principios. Finalmente se sugiere que una concepción ética de los desastres precisa de una perspectiva compleja y integral de la gestión de los desastres que no se limite a la fase de respuesta inmediata a los mismos y que supere a la par que integre los principios de la bioética y la indispensabilidad de los criterios consecuencialistas en las decisiones de triaje

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