Animals, Science, and Ethics: Preface (And) Future Directions
Donnelley, Strachan and Nolan, Kathleen
HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 20(3, suppl.): S30-S32, May-June 1990
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Donnelley, Strachan; Nolan, Kathleen (1990)This is a report from The Hastings Center project, "The Ethics of Animal Experimentation and Research." As project members, we wanted to take a fresh look at the complex ethical issues that arise in the scientific use ...
Solomon, Mildred Z.; Jennings, Bruce; Guilfoy, Vivian; Jackson, Rebecca; O'Donnell, Lydia; Wolf, Susan M.; Nolan, Kathleen; Koch-Weser, Dieter; Donnelley, Strachan (1991-09)This paper advances a new paradigm in clinical ethics education that not only emphasizes development of individual clinicians' skills, but also focuses on the institutional context within which health care professionals work. ...
Donnelley, Strachan (1990)Section II, addressing the ethical justification of the uses of animals in science, does not offer "decisive" arguments for or against particular uses. Rather, conflicting values, goods, and responsibilities pertaining ...