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Meaning and medicine : a reader in the philosophy of health care

  • Nelson, James Lindemann. , Nelson, JHilde Lindemann.
  • Routledge
  • 1999
Meaning and medicine : a reader in the philosophy of health care
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Meaning and medicine : a reader in the philosophy of health care / edited by James Lindemann Nelson and Hilde Lindemann Nelson.
  • Publication
    New York : Routledge, 1999.
  • Author
    Nelson, James Lindemann., Nelson, JHilde Lindemann.
  • Phy Desc.
    xiii, 398 p. ; 26 cm.
  • Total State.
    Reflective bioethics ;
  • Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Contents Note
    Metaphysics : The Disease of Masturbation: Values and the Concept of Disease - On the Distinction between Disease and Illness - (In) Equality, (Ab) Normality, and the Americans with Disabilities Act - Free Will and the Genome Project - Dworkin on Dementia: Elegant Theory, Questionable Policy - Epistemology : Knowing and Acting in Medical Practice: The Epistemological Politics of Outcomes Research - Clinical Judgment, Expert Programs, and Cognitive Style: A Counter-Essay in the Logic of Diagnosis - The Role of Decision Analysis in Informed Consent: Choosing between Intuition and Systematicity - Incommensurability: Its Implications for the Patient/Physician Relationship - Knowledge at the Bedside: A Feminist View of What's Happening with This Patient - Ethics : How Medicine Saved the Life of Ethics - Getting Down to Cases: The Revival of Casuistry in Bioethics - The "Four-Principles" Approach - A Critique of Principlism - Moving Forward in Bioethical Theory: Theories, Cases, and Specified Principlism - From the Ethicist's Point of View: The Literary Nature of Ethical Inquiry - Why a Feminist Approach to Bioethics? - Social Philosophy : Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice - Moral Justice and Legal Justice in Managed Care: The Ascent of Contributive Justice - Meeting the Challenges of Justice and Rationing - Justice in the Allocation of Health Care Resources: A Feminist Account - Postmodernity : Medical Practice and Social Authority - Christian Science, Rational Choice, and Alternative Worldviews - "Ambiguous Sex" or Ambivalent Medicine? Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Intersexuality - Keeping Moral Space Open: New Images of Ethics Consulting - Letting the Deaf Be Deaf: Reconsidering the Use of Cochlear Implants in Prelingually Deaf Children - Research Bioethics in the Ugandan Context: A Program Summary
  • Topical Term
    Medicine - Philosophy
    Medical ethics
    Ethics, Medical
  • ISBN
    0415919150, 0415919169 (pbk.)
  • Language
    English

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Table of Content

I. Metaphysics
1. The Disease of Masturbation: Values and the Concept of Disease
2. On the Distinction between Disease and Illness
3. (In) Equality, (Ab) Normality, and the Americans with Disabilities Act
4. Free Will and the Genome Project
5. Dworkin on Dementia: Elegant Theory, Questionable Policy

II. Epistemology
1. Knowing and Acting in Medical Practice: The Epistemological Politics of Outcomes Research
2. Clinical Judgment, Expert Programs, and Cognitive Style: A Counter-Essay in the Logic of Diagnosis
3. The Role of Decision Analysis in Informed Consent: Choosing between Intuition and Systematicity
4. Incommensurability: Its Implications for the Patient/Physician Relationship
5. Knowledge at the Bedside: A Feminist View of What's Happening with This Patient

III. Ethics
1. How Medicine Saved the Life of Ethics
2. Getting Down to Cases: The Revival of Casuistry in Bioethics
3. The "Four-Principles" Approach
4. A Critique of Principlism
5. Moving Forward in Bioethical Theory: Theories, Cases, and Specified Principlism
6. From the Ethicist's Point of View: The Literary Nature of Ethical Inquiry
7. Why a Feminist Approach to Bioethics?

IV. Social Philosophy
1. Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice
2. Moral Justice and Legal Justice in Managed Care: The Ascent of Contributive Justice
3. Meeting the Challenges of Justice and Rationing
4. Justice in the Allocation of Health Care Resources: A Feminist Account

V. Postmodernity
1. Medical Practice and Social Authority
2. Christian Science, Rational Choice, and Alternative Worldviews
3. "Ambiguous Sex" or Ambivalent Medicine? Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Intersexuality
4. Keeping Moral Space Open: New Images of Ethics Consulting
5. Letting the Deaf Be Deaf: Reconsidering the Use of Cochlear Implants in Prelingually Deaf Children
6. Research Bioethics in the Ugandan Context: A Program Summary