Ethics and Imagination: Implications of Cognitive Semantics for Medical Ethics
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 1998 April; 19(2): 117-141
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Nordgren, Anders (1998-04)Cognitive semantics has made important empirical findings about human conceptualization. In this paper some findings concerning moral concepts are analyzed and their implications for medical ethics discussed. The key idea ...
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