Narrative Pain and the Moral Sense: Toward an Ethics of Suffering in the Long Eighteenth Century
Wandless, William H.
Literature and Medicine 2005 Spring; 24(1): 51-69
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Bioethics in the Twenty-First Century: Why We Should Pay Attention to Eighteenth-Century Medical Ethics McCullough, Laurence B. (1996-12)Those of us who work in the field of bioethics tend to think that, because the word "bioethics" is new, so too the field is new in all respects, but we are not the first to do bioethics. John Gregory (1724-1773) did bioethics ...