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Published October, 2016
By Robert M. Veatch and Lainie F. Ross
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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New technologies and medical treatments continue to complicate questions surrounding the moment of death. While ceding that society needs a default definition to proceed in certain cases, the authors state that any decision-making process must allow individuals to make their own choices according to their personal beliefs.

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Published September, 2016
By Robert M. Veatch and Lainie F. Ross
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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New technologies and medical treatments continue to complicate questions surrounding the moment of death. While ceding that society needs a default definition to proceed in certain cases, the authors state that any decision-making process must allow individuals to make their own choices according to their personal beliefs.

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Published June, 2016
By Hollie Russon Gilman
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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Published April, 2016
By Raymond J. Devettere
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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Offering a teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field, the author's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life - in short, an ethics of personal well-being grounded in prudence, the virtue of ethical decision making.

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Published April, 2016
By Raymond J. Devettere
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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Offering a teachable alternative to the dominant principle-based theories in the field, the author's approach is not based on an ethics of abstract obligations and duties but, following Aristotle, on how to live a fulfilled and happy life - in short, an ethics of personal well-being grounded in prudence, the virtue of ethical decision making.

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Published December, 2015
By Mark J. Cherry
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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If most Americans accept the notion that the market is the most efficient means to distribute resources, why should body parts be excluded? Each year thousands of people die waiting for organ transplants. This title deconstructs the roadblocks that are standing in the way of restoring health to thousands of people.

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Published September, 2015
By Arthur L. Caplan, James J. McCartney, Dr Arthur L Caplan and Daniel P Reid
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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Despite mass appeals and revolutionary changes in medicine, demand for human organs outstrips supply in the United States. This book offers a collection of writings from medicine, philosophy, economics, and religion that address the ethical challenges raised by organ transplantation.

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Emphasising on human goods such as life, health, friendship, and knowledge and the wrongness of intentionally turning against them, the book provides a valuable approach to controversial bioethical questions at the beginning and end of life. Its approach contrasts with that of the dominant bioethical theories of utilitarianism and principlism.

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Emphasising on human goods such as life, health, friendship, and knowledge and the wrongness of intentionally turning against them, the book provides a valuable approach to controversial bioethical questions at the beginning and end of life. Its approach contrasts with that of the dominant bioethical theories of utilitarianism and principlism.

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Published August, 2015
By Arthur L. Caplan, James J. McCartney, Dr Arthur L Caplan and Daniel P Reid
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
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Despite mass appeals and revolutionary changes in medicine, demand for human organs outstrips supply in the United States. This book offers a collection of writings from medicine, philosophy, economics, and religion that address the ethical challenges raised by organ transplantation.

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