Realizing Bioethics' Goals in Practice: Ten Ways "Is" Can Help "Ought"
Solomon, Mildred Z.
Hastings Center Report 2005 July-August; 35(4): 40-47
A familiar criticism of bioethics charges it with being more conceptual than practical--having little application to the "real world." In order to answer its critics and keep its feet on the ground, bioethics must utilize the social sciences more effectively. Empirical research can provide the bridge between conceiving a moral vision of a better world, and actually enacting it.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Solomon, Mildred Z. (1995-11)Moving beyond a focus on knowledge and attitudes to redesign of the day-to-day practice environment represents a shift in the usual way in which we think about engineering change.
Towards Realizing the Health-Related Millennium Development Goals for Migrants From Burma in Thailand Ditton, Mary J; Lehane, Leigh (2009-09)ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH-RELATED research on politically oppressed migrant populations differ in significant ways from community health research in other contexts. The United Nations has set goals for such research. The ...