Conscience, Good Character, Integrity, and to Hell With Philosophical Medical Ethics?
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1985 May 18; 290(6480): 1497-1498
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Gillon, Raanan (1985-05-18)Gillon, in one of a series of articles on philosophical medical ethics, rebuts the contention of many physicians that philosophical medical ethics is irrelevant to medical education and practice. His opponents hold that ...
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, ...