The Many Faces of Autonomy
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS 1992 Winter; 3(4): 269-274
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Yeide, Harry (1992)Hardly anything seems so self-evident in current bioethical literature as the centrality of autonomy. One finds many discussions of its relation to beneficence, expecially that suspect form of beneficence known as "paternalism." ...