Death: Can Monty Python Do What Philosophers Can Not?
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Liaschenko, Joan (1995-09)Artificial persons are those who speak and act for others. Nurses speak and act for patients as well as for physicians and institutions, or, more aptly, institutionalized medicine. Yet, acting for institutionalized medicine ...