By Harry Adams
Applies the concept that of non-public and political autonomy to teenagers and kid's improvement.
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Is the child receiving adequate training in regard to her intellectual faculties, and various social and economic skills? And so forth. ”) Since each basic developmental need and welfare interest is an essential building block of a child’s development, inadequate nurture of any one of them would thus indirectly stymie his or her development of autonomy. In principle, then, application of an ongoing Threshold would reveal when a child was undergoing inadequate development, so as to allow for quick intervention before this arrested development led to long-term or permanent dysfunction.
From this perspective, autonomy may thus actually have disvalue, rather than having merely little, local, or neutral value. There are a couple salient strategies that defenders of autonomy commonly make in response to such communitarian concerns. The ﬁrst more direct response appeals to some form of perfectionism, and sticks to its guns by insisting that autonomy just is an important component of any good life. In this vein, the argument is that not all forms of social life or conceptions of the good are equal, or should be lent equal support, but that some versions of these—that are more supportive of certain primary goods, basic human capabilities, and objective goods such as knowledge, virtues of character, and even relational excellences that include love, friendship, and community—are simply better than others, and should be promoted in the public sphere without apology.
In this way, the agent’s autonomy and the caregivers’ paternalism should have an inverse relationship: as the former waxes, the latter should wane. Concerning this process, Feinberg notes that “there is a series of stages in a child’s growth between total helplessness and incapacity at the beginning and near self-sufﬁciency at the threshold of adulthood. Blameable ‘paternalism’ must consist in treating the child at a given stage as if he were at some earlier, less developed stage” (Feinberg, 1980, 140).
Justice For Children: Autonomy Development and the State by Harry Adams