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Philosophy of medicine and bioethics : a twenty-year retrospective and critical appraisal

  • Carson, Ronald A., 1940- , Burns, Chester R.
  • Kluwer
  • 1997
Philosophy of medicine and bioethics : a twenty-year retrospective and critical appraisal
  • Data Type
    Book
  • Title/Author
    Philosophy of medicine and bioethics : a twenty-year retrospective and critical appraisal / edited by Ronald A. Carson, Chester R. Burns.
  • Publication
    Dordrecht ;Boston : Kluwer, c1997.
  • Author
    Carson, Ronald A., , 1940-, Burns, Chester R.
  • Phy Desc.
    xvi, 341 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Total State.
    Philosophy and medicine ; v. 50
  • Bibliography
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Contents Note
    Section I History and Theory : Bioethics as an Interdisciplinary Enterprise: Where Does Ethics Fit in the Mosaic of Disciplines? - Humanities in the Service of Medicine: Three Models - The Primacy of Practice: Medicine and Postmodernism - What can the Epistemologists Learn from the Endocrinologists? Or is the Philosophy of Medicine Based on a Mistake? - Praxis as a Keystone for the Philosophy and Professional Ethics of Medicine: The Need for an Arch-Support: Commentary on Toulmin and Wartofsky - Bioethics and the Philosophy of Medicine Reconsidered - Form Synthesis and System to Morals and Procedure: The Development of Philosophy of Medicine - The Philosophy of Medicine and Bioethics: Commentary on Ten Have and Engelhardt - Section II Practice and Theory : Bioethics in Social Context - The Week of November Seventh: Bioethics as a Practice.
  • Topical Term
    Medicine - Philosophy - Congresses.
    Medical ethics - Congresses.
    Bioethics - Congresses.
    Philosophy, Medical - congresses.
    Bioethics - congresses.
  • ISBN
    0792335457(alk. paper)
  • Language
    English

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Table of Content

Section I History and Theory :
Bioethics as an Interdisciplinary Enterprise: Where Does Ethics Fit in the Mosaic of Disciplines?
Humanities in the Service of Medicine: Three Models
The Primacy of Practice: Medicine and Postmodernism
What can the Epistemologists Learn from the Endocrinologists? Or is the Philosophy of Medicine Based on a Mistake?
Praxis as a Keystone for the Philosophy and Professional Ethics of Medicine: The Need for an Arch-Support: Commentary on Toulmin and Wartofsky
Bioethics and the Philosophy of Medicine Reconsidered
Form Synthesis and System to Morals and Procedure: The Development of Philosophy of Medicine
The Philosophy of Medicine and Bioethics: Commentary on Ten Have and Engelhardt

Section II Practice and Theory :
Bioethics in Social Context
The Week of November Seventh: Bioethics as a Practice