Laying Clinical Ethics Open
McCullough, Laurence B.
JOURNAL OF MEDICINE & PHILOSOPHY 1993 February; 18(1): 1-8
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McCullough, Laurence B. (1993-02)[T]he very strength of bioethics over the past several decades emanates from two complementary intellectual commitments. First, the humanities, philosophy especially, should end their inward turn away from the world that ...
McCullough, Laurence B. (1999-03)At different times during its history medicine has been laid open to accountability for its scientific and moral quality. This phenonmenon of laying medicine open has sometimes resulted in major turning points in the history ...
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