Health, Fortune, and Moral Authority in Medicine
Bowlin, John R.
Christian Bioethics 1996; 2(1): 42-65
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Bowlin, John R. (1996)The Christian conviction about Divine Providence encourages a novel account of the moral content of health and authority in the health care context. While health can be understood as the disposition of a living body to be ...
Crosby, John F. (1998-04)Central to the Cowdin-Tuohey paper is the concept of a moral authority proper to medical practitioners. Much as I agree with the authors in refusing to degrade doctors to the status of mere technicians, I argue that one ...