Where Respect for Autonomy Is Not the Answer
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1986 January 4; 292(6512): 48-49
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Gillon, Raanan (1986-01-04)In a series of preceding articles on medical ethics, Gillon emphasized the centrality of the principle of respect for autonomy. Here he outlines several types of circumstances in which medical paternalism is morally ...
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