The Ethics in Human Research Ethics
di Norcia, Vincent
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 2006 June; 1(2): 1-2
FALSE, BUT COMMON, ASSUMPTIONS about dilemmas in moral reasoning and the so-called fact/value dichotomy can impede the prosecution JERHRE's prime aim: facilitating ethical problem solving in human research. Research ethics, and the development of moral science, demand better assumptions about ordinary everyday problem solving morality and the deep-seated connectedness of facts and values.
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