Philosophical Integrity and Policy Development in Bioethics
JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND PHILOSOPHY 15(4): 375-389, August 1990
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Benjamin, Martin (1990-08)Critically examining what most people take for granted is central to philosophical inquiry. Philosophers who accept positions on policy making commissions, tasks forces, or committees cannot, however, play the ...
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