Gifts of the Body and the Needs of Strangers
Murray, Thomas H.
Hastings Center Report 1987 April; 17(2): 30-38
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Murray, Thomas H. (1987-04)Relationships governed by markets keep moral and social dimensions to a bare minimum. Gifts, by their open-endedness, defy such minimalization. Impersonal gifts such as blood or body parts or charity may not regulate r ...
Murray, Thomas H. (1987-06)
Chren, Mary-Margaret; Landefeld, Seth; Murray, Thomas H. (1989-12)The authors analyze the complex practical and ethical issues surrounding the phenomenon of gift giving by drug companies to physicians. They consider the ethical implications of the practice, pointing out that whenever a ...