Moral Consensus in Bioethics: Illusive or Just Elusive?
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 2002 Winter; 11(1): 1-3
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Trotter, Griffin (2003-10)By articulating a Peircean strain of bioethical inquiry, Elizabeth Cooke admirably attempts to avert the anti-realism, subjectivism and focus on consensus that afflict much so-called "pragmatic" bioethics. Yet, like many ...
Trotter, Griffin (2001-09)There is tension in bioethics between two strains of pragmatism. The most prominent strain, following John Dewey, proposes a content-rich ethos of controlled, collective moral inquiry. A second strain, descending from ...