Autonomy, Responsibility, and Health Care

Critical Reflections
2009, ISBN 978-973-1997-17-9
Editor: Bogdan Olaru

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1. autonomy and embodiment. the way back to the unavailability of the body
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Regine Kanther Autonomy: as Self-determination against, or Self-transcendence to Others? Anthropological Reflections on the Background of Bioethics
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Silke Schicktanz Why the Way We Consider the Body Matters. Reflections on Four Bioethical Perspectives on the Human Body
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2. autonomy and care fr om the perspective of end-of-life decision-making
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Karl-Wilhelm Merks Autonomie als Selbstbestimmung und Fürsorge: Aufgezeigt am Beispiel der Sterbehilfe
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Volker Lipp Autonomie und Fürsorge. Die Perspektive des Rechts
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3. peculiar forms of responsibility?
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Nicolae Morar The Limits of Discourse Ethics Concerning The Responsibility Toward Nature, Nonhuman Animals, and Future Generations
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Bogdan Olaru Toward an Ethics of Species Is there a Responsibility to Preserve the Integrity of (Human) Species?
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Eugen Huzum The Principle of Responsibility for Illness and its Application in the Allocation of Health Care A Critical Analysis
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Index of concepts + Index of names
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