"Our Fellow Creatures"
Journal of Ethics 2005; 9(3-4): 353-380
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McMahan, Jeff (1995-04)The dominant conception of brain death as the death of the whole brain constitutes an unstable compromise between the view that a person ceases to exist when she irreversibly loses the capacity for consciousness and the view ...
McMahan, Jeff (1993-01)One of the aims of this article is to contribute to the identification of the empirical criteria governing the use of the concepts of killing and letting die. I will not attempt a comprehensive analysis of the concepts but ...