Confucian Familism and Its Bioethical Implications
In: Lee, Shui Chuen, ed. The Family, Medical Decision-Making, and Biotechnology: Critical Reflections on Asian Moral Perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007: 15-26
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