The Ethics of Poverty and the Poverty of Ethics: The Case of Palestinian Prisoners in Israel Seeking to Sell Their Kidneys in Order to Feed Their Children
Journal of Medical Ethics 2007 August; 33(8): 473-474
Bioethical arguments conceal the coercion underlying the choice between poverty and selling ones organs.
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Epstein, Miran (2007-01)This paper explores one of the most politically sensitive and intellectually neglected issues in bioethics--the interface between the history of contemporary end-of-life ethics and the economics of life and death. It ...