New Realities and Old Classifications: A Problem in Medical Ethics
Devettere, Raymond J.
Medicine and Law. 1992; 11(1-2): 37-46.
Allowing to Die; Artificial Feeding; Beginning of Life; Biomedical Technologies; Brain; Brain Death; Consensus; Death; Determination of Death; Embryos; Ethics; Extraordinary Treatment; Fetuses; Food; Killing; Life; Medical Ethics; Moral Policy; Morality; Patient Care; Persistent Vegetative State; Personhood; Roman Catholic Ethics; Terminology; Ventilators; Withholding Treatment;
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Devettere, Raymond J. (1993-02)Most contemporary accounts of clinical ethics do not explain why clinicians should be ethical. Those few that do attempt an explanation usually claim that clinicians should be ethical because ethical behavior provides ...