Your Money or Your Lifestyle!: Employer's Efforts to Contain Healthcare Costs -- Lifestyle Discrimination Against Dependents or Employees?
Miller, Brendan W.
Indiana Health Law Review 2008; 5(2): 371-401
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For Your First Born Child: An Ethical Defense of the Exploitation Argument Against Commercial Surrogacy Osberg, Brendan (2006)In this essay I explore two arguments against commercial surrogacy, based on commodification and exploitation respectively. I adopt a consequentialist framework and argue that commodification arguments must be grounded in ...