The Role of Suffering and Community in Clinical Ethics
Loewy, Erich H.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1991 Summer; 2(2): 83-89.
I have briefly sketched an ethics based on the capacity to suffer and have connected it with a view of social contract and community that is mindful of its beneficent obligations as well as its obligations to respect autonomy. The use of such a concept may help in clarifying some of the vexing clinical problems as well as in dealing with issues of communal policy.
Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Beginning of Life; Beneficence; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Brain; Brain Death; Case Studies; Casuistry; Clinical Ethics; Compassion; Contracts; Cultural Pluralism; Consent; Death; Decision Making; Ethical Theory; Ethics; Fetuses; Freedom; Health; Health Care; Justice; Life; Medical Ethics; Obligations of Society; Obligations to Society; Pain; Patients; Persistent Vegetative State; Personhood; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Resource Allocation; Rights; Social Interaction; Speciesism; Suffering; Third Party Consent; Trust; Values; Virtues;
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