The Direct/indirect Distinction in Morals
Thomist 1977 July; 41(3): 350-380
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Non-Heart-Beating Donors of Organs: Are the Distinctions Between Direct and Indirect Effects and Between Killing and Letting Die Relevant and Helpful? Childress, James F. (1993-06)This essay analyzes the principle of double effect and, to a lesser extent, the distinction between killing and letting die in the context of the Pittsburgh protocol for managing patients who may become non-heart-beating donors ...