Body Measures: Phenomenological Considerations of Corporeal Ethics
Fielding, Helen A.
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1998 Oct; 23(5): 533-545.
The development of bioethics primarily at the cognitive level further perpetuates the tendency to construe all aspects of our lives, including our bodies, as technical systems. For example, if we consider the moral issue of organ sales without taking our embodiment into account, there appear to be no sound arguments for opposing such sales. However, it is important to consider the aspects of the phenomenal body that challenge rational deliberation by exploring an embodied approach to the ethical dilemma produced by a proposed kidney exchange as presented in Krzysztof Kieslowski's
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