An Introduction to Philosophical Medical Ethics: The Arthur Case
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1985 April 13; 290(6475): 1117-1119
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Gillon, Raanan (1985-04-13)The application of moral theory to decisions involving medical ethics is illustrated by the 1981 case in which a British pediatrician, Dr. Leonard Arthur, was acquitted of attempted murder for prescribing dihydrocodeine ...
"It's All Too Subjective": Scepticism About the Possibility or Use of Philosophical Medical Ethics Gillon, Raanan (1985-05-25)In one of a series of articles on philosophical medical ethics, Gillon rebuts the argument that moral claims are essentially different from scientific claims because scientific claims are objective and confirmable or refutable, ...