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Resolution 242, and a Syrian counterdeclaration of readiness for peace.
It provoked a counterdeclaration from various associations, groups, and private persons against "deadly philosophical liberalism." Criticism against Singer slowly broadened to encompass, first, ethicists defending related positions, then the whole of bioethics, and finally analytical philosophy, which is viewed as the intellectual foundation of bioethics.