Can Justice as Fairness Accommodate the Disabled?
Social Theory and Practice 2001 October; 27(4): 537-560
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Nelson, James Lindemann (1996-03)Bioethical discussion of justice in health care has been much enlivened in recent years by new developments in the theory of rationing and by the emergence of a strong communitarian voice. Unfortunately, these developments ...
McCarrick, Pat Milmoe; Darragh, Martina (Bioethics Research Library, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, 1997-08)Each of us has some basic sense of what the words "fair" or "just" or "fairness" or "justice" mean. Each of us probably also has an idea of what is "fair" in health care. The attempt by the state of Oregon in the mid-1980s ...