Heroes in Bioethics
Hastings Center Report. 2000 May-Jun; 30(3): 34-39.
Througout his remarkable and too-brief career, Benjamin Freedman was concerned with the ethical standards of ethicists themselves. He worried that ethicists had been bought out, as he knew of none whose opposition to an employer had ever led to being fired. If we look today for what he sought -- a bioethical hero -- Benjy is himself still the preeminent example.
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Baylis, Francoise (2004-02)All Canadian bioethicists need to reflect on the meaning and value of their work, to see more clearly how the ethics of bioethics is being undermined from within. In the case involving Dr. Olivieri, the Hospital for Sick ...