Theories of Justice
Churchill, Larry R.
Autonomy; Bioethical Issues; Common Good; Decision Making; Ethical Theory; Ethics; Freedom; Health; Health Care; Justice; Kidneys; Medical Ethics; Organ Transplantation; Patient Advocacy; Patients; Renal Dialysis; Resource Allocation; Rights; Selection for Treatment; Transplantation; Utilitarianism;
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Churchill, Larry R. (1991)In the first section of his article, "The Role of Suffering and Community in Clinical Ethics," Erich Loewy sketches a theory of suffering. His conviction is that clinical medical ethics is not clearly rooted in theory and ...
Churchill, Larry R. (1991-06)
Looking to Hume for Justice: On the Utility of Hume's View of Justice for American Health Care Reform Churchill, Larry R. (1999-08)This essay argues that Hume's theory of justice can be useful in framing a more persuasive case for universal access in health care. Theories of justice derived from a Rawlsian social contract tradition tend to make ...