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Embryo experimentation : ethical, legal and social issues

Life and death : Philosophical essays in biomedical ethics

The Ethical Dimensions of the Biological Sciences

Medicine, rationality, and experience

Medicine and moral reasoning
    Cambridge University Press , 1994, 207 p.
    Cote : 3.1/FUL/1994

    FULFORD K. William/GILLETT Grant/SOSKICE Janet/1. Introduction : diverse ethics
    MIDGLEY Mary/2. Darwinism and ethics
    MARTIN SOSKICE Janet/3. Creation and relation
    HARE Richard/4. Embryo experimentation : public policy in a pluralist society
    BRANDT Jason/5. Ethical considerations in genetic testing : an empirical study of presymptomatic diagnosis of Huntington's disease
    LOCKWOOD Michael/6. Identity matters
    MAY William/7. The virtues in professional setting
    MURRAY Thomas/8. Medical ethics, moral philosophy and moral tradition
    GRIFFIN Miriam/9. Roman suicide
    GILLETT Grant/10. Women and children first
    ODDIE Graham/11. Moral uncertainty and human embryo experimentation
    URMSON James/12. Morality : invention or discovery ?
    CRISP Roger/13. Quality of life and health care
    CAMPBELL Alastair/14. Dependency : the foundational value in medical ethics
    FULFORD K. William/15. Not more medical ethics

Biblical Interpretation and Christian Ethics

Practical Ethics (2nd edition)
    SINGER Peter
    Cambridge University Press , 1995, 395 p.
    Cote : 3.1/SIN/1995

    The focus of the book is the application of ethics to difficult and controversial social questions: equality and discrimination by race, sex, ability, or species; abortion, euthanasia, and embryo experimentation; the moral status of animals; political violence and civil disobedience; overseas aid and the obligation to assist others; responsibility for the environment; the treatment of refugees. The author explains and assesses relevant arguments in a perspicuous, nondoctrinaire way. He structures the book to show how contemporary controversies often have deep philosophical roots; and he presents an ethical theory of his own that can be applied consistently and convincingly to all the practical cases.

Responsibility and Christian Ethics
    SCHWEIKER William
    Cambridge University Press , 1995, 255 p.
    Cote : 1.18.1/SCH/1995

    The purpose of this book is to formulate a way of thinking about issues of power, moral identity, and ethical norms by developing a theory of responsibility from a specifically theological viewpoint. The radical extension of power in our time, coupled with the diversity of moral traditions, poses the need for a new paradigm of responsibility in ethics. By developing a coherent theory of responsibility, and then enquiring as to the source of responsibility, the author demonstrates the unique contribution made by Christian faith to contemporary understandings of morality. He points also towards the ethics of responsibility which might serve to address moral questions in the coming century.

Euthanasia examined : Ethical, clinical and legal perspectives

The fragility of goodness : Luck and ethics in Greek tragedy and philosophy

Making a necessity of virtue : Aristotle and Kant on virtue

Justice and Christian ethics

Sex, gender, and Christian ethics

Moral action and Christian ethics

Medicine and morality in Haiti : the contest for healing power

Justice and justification : Reflective equilibrium in theory and practice

The theory and practice of autonomy

Improving nature ? The science and ethics of genetic engineering

Birth to death : Science and bioethics
    THOMASMA David ; KUSHNER Thomasine
    Cambridge University Press , 1996, 382 p.
    Cote : 2.1/THO/1996

    Genetics :
    DAWSON Karen/ Genetics : A scientific sketch
    CALLAHAN Daniel/ The genetic revolution
    SCHWARTZ Robert/ Genetic knowledge : Some legal and ethical questions
    Reproductive technologies :
    MCCLURE Michael/ The "ART" of medically assisted reproduction : An embryo is an embryo is an embryo
    JONSEN Albert/ "O brave new world" : rationality in reproduction
    RHODES Rosamond/ Reproduction, abortion, and rights
    Children and women in health care :
    ADAMS James/ The critically ill neonate
    GOLDWORTH Amnon/ Medical technology and the child
    MAHOWALD Mary/ On caring for children
    Transplantation :
    SELLS Robert/ Clinical transplantation
    GILLON Raanan/ Transplantation and ethics
    BLUMSTEIN James/ Legalizing payment for transplantable cadaveric organs
    Aging :
    MORLEY John/ Scientific advances in aging
    AGICH George/ Ethics and aging
    POST Stephen/ People with dementia : A moral challenge
    Prolonging life and death :
    MILES Steven/ Personal dying and medical death
    JECKER Nancy/ SCHNEIDERMAN Lawrence/ Stopping futile medical treatment : Ethical issues
    CASSELL Eric/ The sorcerer's broom : Medicine's rampant technology
    Care of the dying :
    CRANFORD Ronald/ Modern technology and the care of the dying
    HILL Patrick/ Care of the dying : From an ethics perspective
    Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide :
    ADMIRAAL Pieter/ Euthanasia and assisted suicide
    CASSEL Christine/ Physician-assisted suicide : Progress or peril ?
    KASS Leon/ "I will give no deadly drug" : Why doctors must not kill
    KUHSE Helga/ Voluntary euthanasia and other medical end-of-life decisions : Doctors should be permitted to give death a helping hand
    Humans as research subjects :
    WIGODSKY Herman/ HOPPE Sue Keir/ Humans as research subjects
    LEVINE Robert/ Research involving children as subjects
    MACKAY Charles/ Future challenges of medical research review boards
    Using animals in research :
    LOEW Franklin/ Animals in research
    MOROS Daniel/ Taking duties seriously : Medical experimentation, animal rights, and moral incoherence
    BENTON Ted/ Animal rights and social practices
    The environment :
    PULLIN Andrew/ The science of the environment
    DOBSON Andrew/ Environmental ethics
    JAMETON Andrew/ Human activity and environmental ethics
    THOMASMA David/ KUSHNER Thomasine/ Postscript

Genetics and reductionism

Medical futility and the evaluation of life-sustaining interventions
    ZUCKER Marjorie ; ZUCKER Howard
    Cambridge University Press , 1997, 201 p.
    Cote : 22.6.3/ZUC/1997

    BRODY Howard/ 1. Medical futility : a useful concept ?
    BROPHY Patricia/ 2. Death with dignity ?
    RAFKIN Harry/ RAINEY Thomas/ 3. Physicians and medical futility : experience in the critical care setting
    SPRITZ Norton/ 4. Physicians and medical futility : experience in the setting of general medical care
    FRADER Joel/ WATCHKO Jon/ 5. Futility issues in pediatrics
    KNAPIK BARTOLDUS Ellen/ 6. Medical futility : a nursing home perspective
    JACOBS Joseph/ 7. Alternative medicine and medical futility
    MORRISON Mary/ GELBACH DEMICHELE Sarah/ 8. How culture and religion affect attitudes toward medical futility
    PARIS John/ POORMAN Mark/ 9. When religious beliefs and medical judgments conflict : civic polity and the social good
    STRAIN James et al./ 10. Conflict resolution : experience of consultation-liaison psychiatrists
    HERB Alice/ LAZAR Eliot/ 11. Ethics committees and end-of-life decision making
    MURPHY Donald/ 12. The economics of futile interventions
    PRIP William/ MORETTI Anna/ 13. Medical futility : A legal perspective
    JOHNSON Linda/ LYMAN POTTER Robert/ 14. Professional and public community projects for developing medical futility guidelines
    SPIELMAN Bethany/ 15. Community futility policies : the illusion of consensus ?
    ORLOFF KAPLAN Karen/ 16. Not quite the last word : scenarios and solutions

Inherited Susceptibility to Cancer : Clinical, Predictive and Ethical Perspectives

Constructing Death : The Sociology of Dying and Bereavement

From Chance to Choice : Genetics and Justice

Ethics and Evidence-Based Medicine : Fallibility and Responsibility in Clinical Science
    GOODMAN Kenneth W.
    Cambridge University Press , 2003, 168 p.
    Cote : 6.9/GOO/2003

    A quarter-century of outcomes research, systematic reviews and research synthesis have reshaped medicine and other health professions, even as they have been subjected to vigorous and vehement criticism. The growth of evidence-based medicine has occured against a backdrop of health care reform, managed care, cost containment and quality improvement, and clinicians have been urged to adopt the rigors of science while remaining true to their "clinical judgment". This tension - between efforts to make medical practice more scientific and the suspicions of many clinicians - has caused one of the greatest practical and ethical challenges in the history of the health professions. This incisive book reviews the history and conceptual origins of evidence-based practice and discusses key ethical issues that arise in clinical practice, public health and health policy.
    Essential reading for all physicians, and practitioners in epidemiology and public health, it will also be suitable as a text in medical and public health school courses on evidence-based practice.

Decision making in health care : Theory, psychology, and applications
    CHAPMAN Gretchen ; SONNENBERG Frank
    Cambridge University Press , 2000, 438 p.
    Cote : 6.9/CHA/2000

    Part I : Introduction and theory
    CHAPMAN G. et al./ 1. Introduction
    ROBERTS Mark et al./ 2. Decision modeling techniques
    MIYAMOTO John/ 3. Utility assessment under expected utility and rank-dependent utility assumptions
    IOANNIDIS John et al./ 4. Evidence-based medicine : a quantitative approach to decision making
    Part II : Health policy and economics
    MATCHAR David et al./ 5. Linking modeling with health policy formation and implementation
    RUSSELL Louise/ 6. Cost-effectiveness analysis
    Part III : Psychology of medical decision making
    CHAPMAN G. et al./ 7. Cognitive processes and biases in medical decision making
    DAWSON Neal/ 8. Physician judgments of uncertainty
    COHEN Joshua et al./ 9. Bioethics and medical decision making : what can they learn from each other ?
    CHRISTENSEN Caryn et al./ 10. Team medical decision making
    Part IV : Applications
    STIGGELBOUT Anne/ 11. Assessing patients' preferences
    KANE GOLDSTEIN Mary et al./ 12.Applying utility assessment at the bedside
    BRUGGE JIMISON Holly et al./ 13. Advances in presenting health information to patients
    GEISSBUHLER Antoine et al./ 14. Computer-assisted clinical decision support
    HAMM Robert et al./ 15. Opportunities for applying psychological theory to improve medical decision making : two case histories

Autonomy and trust in bioethics
    O'NEILL Onora
    Cambridge University Press , 2002, 213 p.
    Cote : 1.7/ONE/2002

    Why has autonomy been a leading idea in philosophical writing on bioethics, and why has trust been marginal ? In this book, the author suggests that the conceptions of individual autonomy so widely relied on in bioethics are philosophically and ethically inadequate, and that they undermine, rather than support, relations of trust. She shows how Kant's non-individualistic view of autonomy provides a basis for an approach to medicine, science and biotechnology, and does not marginalise trust, while also explaining why trustworthy individuals and institutions are often undeservingly mistrusted. Her arguments are illustrated with issues raised by practices such as the use of genetic information by the police or insurers, research using human tissues, uses of new reproductive technologies, and media practices for reporting on medicine, science and technology. This book will appeal to a wide range of readers in ethics, bioethics and related disciplines.

Morality and pessimism IN: Public and private morality / edited by Stuart Hampshire

Utilitarianism : for and against
    SMART J.J.C. ; WILLIAMS Bernard
    Cambridge University Press , 1990, 155 p.
    Cote : RL E 104

    Two essays on utilitarianism, written from opposite points of view. In the first part of the book, Professor Smart advocates a modern and sophisticated version of classical utilitarianism; he tries to formulate a consistent and persuasive elaboration of the doctrine that the rightness and wrongness of actions is determined solely by their consequences, and in particular their consequences for the sum total of human happiness. In part two, Bernard Williams offers a sustained and vigorous critique of utilitarian assumptions, arguments and ideals. He finds inadequate the theory of action implied by utilitarianism, and he argues that utilitarianism fails to engage at a serious level with the real problems of moral and political philosophy, and fails to make sense of notions such as integrity, or even human happiness itself.

Principia ethica
    MOORE G.E.
    Cambridge University Press , 1989, 232 p.
    Cote : RL E 95

    "Principia ethica" is concerned with the basic principles of ethical reasoning. Two questions are seen as all-important : what kind of things are intrinsically good; and what kind of actions ought we to perform ?

Case analysis in clinical ethics
    ASHCROFT Richard ; LUCASSEN Anneke ; PARKER Michael ; VERKERK Marian ; WIDDERSHOVEN Guy A. M.
    Cambridge University Press , 2005, 246 p.
    Cote : 3.4/ASH/2005

    This book is a grounded review from a team of leading ethicists covering the main methods for analysing ethical problems in modern medicine. Anneke Lucassen, a clinician, begins by presenting an ethically challenging genetics case drawn from her clinical experience. It is then analysed from different theoretical points of view. Each ethicist takes a particular approach, illustrating it in action and giving the reader a basic grounding in its central elements. Each chapter can be read on its own, but comparison between them gives the reader a sense of how far methodology in medical ethics matters, and how different theoretical starting points can lead to different practical conclusions. At the end, Dr Lucassen gives a clinician's response to the various ethical methods described.

    ASHCROFT Richard et al./ Philosophical introduction : case analysis in clinical ethics
    LUCASSEN Anneke/ Families and genetic testing : the case of Jane and Phyllis
    HURWITZ Brian/ Family acces to shared genetic information : an analysis of the narrative
    CAMPBELL Alastair/ A virtue-ethics approach
    WIDDERSHOVEN Guy/ Interpretation and dialogue in hermeneutic ethics
    ASHCROFT Richard/ "Power, corruption and lies" : ethics and power
    WITHERS Rob/ Reading the genes
    SAVULESCU Julian/ A utilitarian approach
    VERKERK Marian/ A feminist care-ethics approach to genetics
    PARKER Michael/ A conversational approach to the ethics of genetic testing
    GILLON Raanan/ Families and genetic testing : the case of Jane and Phyllis from a four-principles perspective
    AGICH George/ A phenomenological approach to bioethics
    HOLM Soren/ An empirical approach
    LUCASSEN Anneke/ Response to ethical dissections of the case
    PARKER Michael et al./ Philosophical reflections

The Cambridge textbook of bioethics
    SINGER Peter ; VIENS A.M.
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 538 p.
    Cote : 2.1/SIN/2008

    I. Information problems
    II. End of life care
    III. Pregnant women and children
    IV. Genetics and biotechnology
    V. Research ethics
    VI. Health systems and institutions
    VII. Using clinical ethics to make an impact in healthcare
    VIII. Global health ethics
    IX. Religious and cultural perspectives in bioethics
    X. Specialty bioethics

Human identity and bioethics
    DeGRAZIA David
    Cambridge University Press , 2005, 300 p.
    Cote : 1.14/DEG/2005

    1. Introduction
    2. Human persons : numerical identity and essence
    3. Human persons : narrative identity and self-creation
    4. Identity, what we are, and the definition of death
    5. Advance directives, dementia, and the someone else problem
    6. Enhancement technologies and self-creation
    7. Prenatal identity : genetic interventions, reproductive choices

Just health : meeting health needs fairly
    DANIELS Norman
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 397 p.
    Cote : 7.2/DAN/2008

    Part I. A theory of justice and health
    1. Three questions of justice
    2. What is the special moral importance of health ?
    3. When are health inequalities unjust ? The social determinants of health
    4. How can we meet health needs fairly when we can't meet them all ? Accountability for reasonable resource allocation
    5. What do we owe each other ? Implications of an integrated theory of justice and health
    Part II. Challenges
    6. Global aging and intergenerational equity
    7. Consent to workplace risk and health protection
    8. Medical professionalism and the care we should get
    Part III. Uses
    9. Fairness in health sector reform
    10. Accountability for reasonableness in developing countries : two applications
    11. Reducing health disparities : no simple matter
    12. Priority setting and human rights
    13. International health inequalities and global justice : a concluding challenge

Ethics and the pharmaceutical industry
    SANTORO Michael A. ; GORRIE Thomas M.
    Cambridge University Press , 2007, 492 p.
    Cote : 25.19/SAN/2007

    Part I. Profits, patients' rights, and scientific progress : the ethics of clinical research conducted in private enterprises
    Part II. Marketing and the efficient utilization of healthcare resources : ethical and public policy challenges
    Part III. Patents, pricing, and equal access
    Part IV. Concluding thoughts : charting a sustainable path for the twenty-first century

Naturalized bioethics : Toward responsible knowing and practice
    LINDEMANN Hilde ; VERKERK Marian ; URBAN WALKER Margaret
    Cambridge University Press , 2009, 275 p.
    Cote : 2.1/LIN/2009

    URBAN WALKER Margaret/ Introduction : Groningen naturalism in bioethics
    I. Responsible knowing
    LEACH SCULLY Jackie/ 1. Moral bodies : epistemologies of embodiment
    DE VRIES Raymond et al./ 2. Choosing surgical birth : desire and the nature of bioethical advice
    LINDEMANN Hilde/ 3. Holding on to Edmund : the relational work of identity
    JAWORSKA Agnieszka/ 4. Caring, minimal autonomy, and the limits of liberalism
    SCHEMAN Naomi/ 5. Narrative, complexity, and context : autonomy as an epistemic value
    CHAMBERS Tod/ 6. Toward a naturalized narrative bioethics
    II. Responsible practice
    HALPERN Jodi et al./ 7. Motivating health : empathy and the normative activity of coping
    KNIBBE Mare et al./ 8. Economies of hope in a period of transition : parents in the time leading up to their child's liver transplantation
    TRONTO Joan/ 9. Consent as a grant of authority : a care ethics reading of informed consent
    VAN HEIJST Annelies/ 10. Professional loving care and the bearable heaviness of being
    FEDER KITTAY Eva/ 11. Ideal theory bioethics and the exclusion of people with severe cognitive disabilities
    VERKERK Marian et al./ 12. Epilogue : naturalized bioethics in practice

Complex ethics consultations : Cases that haunt us
    FORD Paul J. ; DUDZINSKI Denise M.
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 251 p.
    Cote : 3.4/FOR/2008

    Part I. Starting at the beginning : prenatal and neonatal issues (contributions de Robert Macauley et al., Thomas McCormick et al., Richard Zaner, Mark Bliton)
    Part II. The most vulnerable of us : pediatrics (contributions de Douglas Diekema, Jeffrey Spike, Rosa Lynn Pinkus et al., Micah Hester)
    Part III. Diversity of desires and limits of liberty : psychiatric and psychological issues (contributions de Joy Skeel et al., Barbara Daly et al., Paul Ford, Debra Craig et al.)
    Part IV. Withholding therapy with a twist (contributions de Ellen Bernal, Joseph DeMarco et al., George Agich, Stuart Finder)
    Part V. The unspeakable/unassailable : religious and cultural beliefs (contributions de Donald Brunquell, Tarris Rosell, Kathryn Weise, Kathrin Ohnsorge et al.)
    Part VI. Human guinea pigs and miracles : clinical innovations and unorthodox treatments (contributions de Denise Dudzinski, Alissa Hurwitz Swota, Alice Chang et al., Ronald Miller)
    Part VII. The big picture : organizational issues (contributions de Mary Beth Foglia et al., Joel Potash, Sarah Shannon, Daryl Pullman et al.)

Rethinking informed consent in bioethics
    MANSON Neil C. ; O'NEILL Onora
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 212 p.
    Cote : 18.3/MAN/2008

    1. Consent : Nuremberg, Helsinki and beyond
    2. Information and communication : the drift from agency
    3. Informing and communicating : back to agency
    4. How to rethink informed consent
    5. Informational privacy and data protection
    6. Genetic information and genetic exceptionalism
    7. Trust, accountability and transparency
    Some conclusions and proposals

Teaching medical professionalism
    CRUESS Richard L. ; CRUESS Sylvia R. ; STEINERT Yvonne
    Cambridge University Press , 2009, 310 p.
    Cote : 34.4/CRU/2009

    Part One. What is to be taught
    CRUESS Sylvia et al./ 1. The cognitive base of professionalism
    Part two. Theory
    STEINERT Yvonne/ 2. Educational theory and strategies for teaching and learning professionalism
    HAFFERTY Frederic William/ 3. Professionalism and the socialization of medical students
    Part three. Principles
    CRUESS RIchard et al./ 4. Principles for designing a program for the teaching and learning of professionalism at the undergraduate level
    LEACH David/ 5. Resident formation - A journey to authenticity : designing a residency program that educes professionalism
    INUI Thomas et al./ 6. Supporting teaching and learning of professionalism - Changing the educational environment and students' "navigational skills"
    SULLIVAN Christine et al./ 7. Assessment and remediation in programs of teaching professionalism
    JOHNSTON Sharon et al./ 8. Developing professionalism across the generations
    STEINERT Yvonne/ 9. Faculty development for teaching and learning professionalism
    IRVINE Donald/ 10. The relationship between teaching professionalism and licensing and accrediting bodies
    COHEN Jordan et al./ 11. Educating the public about professionalism : from rhetoric to reality
    Part four. Practice : Case studies in teaching professionalism across the continuum
    GOLDSTEIN Erika/ 12. Teaching professionalism in a traditional or organ-based curriculum
    MAUDSLEY Gillian et al./ 13. Learning professionalism in a problem-based curriculum
    SNELL Linda/ 14. Teaching professionalism and fostering professional values during residency : the McGill experience
    DAVIS Dave/ 15. Continuing professional development : a focus on professionalism
    Appendix A to H

Ethics and the business of biomedicine
    ARNOLD Denis G.
    Cambridge University Press , 2009, 291 p.
    Cote : 25.19/ARN/2009

    CALLAHAN Daniel/ 1. Medicine and the market
    DANIELS Norman/ 2. Broken promises : do business-friendly strategies frustrate just healthcare ?
    MENZEL Paul/ 3. Are patents an efficient and internationally fair means of funding research & development for new medicines ?
    BEAUCHAMP Tom/ 4. The exploitation of the economically disadvantaged in pharmaceutical research
    HUBBARD Jason/ 5. The dangers of detailing : how pharmaceutical marketing threatens healthcare
    ARNOLD Denis/ 6. The ethics of direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising
    ELLIOTT Carl/ 7. Industry-funded bioethics and the limits of disclosure
    DE GEORGE Richard/ 8. Two cheers for the pharmaceutical industry
    RORTY Mary et al./ 9. The third face of medicine : ethics, business and challenges to professionalism
    KHUSHF George/ 10. Theoretical foundations for organizational ethics : developing norms for a new kind of healthcare
    WIKLER Daniel/ 11. A crisis in medical professionalism : time for Flexner II

Ronald Dworkin
    RIPSTEIN Arthur
    Cambridge University Press , 2007, 186 p.
    Cote : 0.4/RIP/2007

    SHAPIRO Scott/ 1. The "Hart-Dworkin" debate : a short guide for the perplexed
    DYZENHAUS David/ 2. The rule of law as the rule of liberal principle
    RIPSTEIN Arthur/ 3. Liberty and equality
    ZIPURSKY Benjamin et al./ 4. Rights, responsibilities, and reflections on the sanctity of life
    LEVINSON Sanford/ 5. Hercules, Abraham Lincoln, the United States Constitution, and the problem of slavery

The political philosophy of needs

The autonomy of morality
    LARMORE Charles
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 277 p.
    Cote : 0.3/LAR/2008

    Part I. Reason and reasons
    1. History and truth
    2. Back to Kant ? No way
    3. Attending to reasons
    Part II. The moral point of view
    4. John Rawls and moral philosophy
    5. The autonomy of morality
    Part III. Political principles
    6. The moral basis of political liberalism
    7. The meanings of political freedom
    8. Public reason
    Part IV. Truth and change
    9. Nietzsche and the will to truth
    10. The idea of a life plan

The governance of genetic information : Who decides ?
    WIDDOWS Heather ; MULLEN Caroline
    Cambridge University Press , 2009, 235 p.
    Cote : 15.11/WID/2009

    Section I. Problematising governance of genetic information
    MANSON Neil/ 1. The medium and the message : tissue samples, genetic information and data protection legislation
    HOLM Soren/ 2. Me, myself, I - against narcissism in the governance of genetic information
    MULLEN Caroline/ 3. Decisions, consent and expectations of the individual
    Section II. Ethical frameworks of governance
    WIDDOWS Heather/ 4. Constructing communal models of governance : collectives of individuals or distinct ethical loci ?
    BROWNSWORD Roger/ 5. Rights, responsibility and stewardship : beyond consent
    WILSON Sarah/ 6. Who decides what ? Relational ethics, genetics and well-being
    Section III. Redesigning governance
    HUNTER Kathryn et al./ 7. Involving publics in biobank governance : moving beyond existing approaches
    EDGAR Andrew/ 8. genetic information and public opinion
    CHADWICK Ruth et al./ 9. Harmonisation and standardisation in ethics and governance : concetpual and practical challenges

Liability and responsibility : essays in law and morals
    FREY R. G. ; MORRIS Christopher W.
    Cambridge University Press , 2008, 430 p.
    Cote : 0.4/FRE/2008

    Part I. Responsibility : some conceptual problems
    KENNY Anthony/ 1. Can responsibility be diminished ?
    FINNIS John/ 2. Intention and side-effects
    WHITE Alan/ 3. Attempting the impossible
    Part II. Consent, choice, and contracts
    EPSTEIN Richard/ 4. Beyond foreseeability : consequential damages in the law of contract
    BARNETT Randy/ 5. Rights and remedies in a consent theory of contract
    COLEMAN Jules et al./ 6. A bargaining theory approach to default provisions and disclosure rules in contract
    Part II. Risk, compensation, and torts
    GOODIN Robert/ 7. Theories of compensation
    WEINRIB Ernest/ 8. Liberty, community, and corrective justice
    ROBINSON Glen/ 9. Risk, causation, and harm
    Part IV. Punishment
    MURPHY Jeffrey/ 10. Retributive hatred : an essay on criminal liability and the emotions
    HAMPTON Jean/ 11. A new theory of retribution
    FLETCHER George/ 12. Punishment and self-defense

The capability approach : concepts, measures and applications

Quality of life and human difference : Genetic testing, health care, and disability
    Cambridge University Press , 2005, 273 p.
    Cote : 8.2/WAS/2005

    WASSERMAN David et al./Introduction
    WACHBROIT Robert/ 1. Assessing quality of life : clinical versus health policy uses
    SILVERS Anita/ 2. Predicting genetic disability while commodifying health
    BROCK Dan/ 3. Preventing genetically transmitted disabilities while respecting persons with disabilities
    AMUNDSON Ron/ 4. Disability, ideology, and quality of life : a bias in biomedical ethics
    NORD Erik/ 5. Values for health states in QALYs and DALYs : desirability versus well-being and worth
    MCMAHAN Jeff/ 6. Preventing the existence of people with disabilities
    ASCH Adrienne et al/ 7. Where is the sin in the synecdoche ? Prenatal testing and the parent-child relationship
    SHAKESPEARE Tom/ 8. The social context of individual choice
    BICKENBACH Jerome/ 9. Disability and health systems assessment

End-of-life care and pragmatic decision making : a bioethical perspective
    HESTER Micah
    Cambridge University Press , 2010, 184 p.
    Cote : 22.6.3/HES/2010

    1. Crito revisited
    2. Blindness, narrative, and meaning : moral living
    3. Radical experience and tragic duty : moral dying
    4. Needing assistance to die well : PAS and beyond
    5. Experiencing lost voices : dying without capacity
    6. Dying young : what interests do children have ?
    7. Caring for patients : cure, palliation, comfort, and aid in the process of dying

Measuring justice : Primary goods and capabilities
    BRIGHOUSE Harry ; ROBEYNS Ingrid
    Cambridge University Press , 2010, 257 p.
    Cote : 1.5/BRI/2010

    ROBEYNS Ingrid et al./1. Introduction : Social primary goods and capabilities as metrics of justice
    Part I. Theory
    POGGE Thomas/ 2. A critique of the capability approach
    KELLY Erin/ 3. Equal opportunity, unequal capability
    ANDERSON Elizabeth/ 4. Justifying the capabilities approach to justice
    ARNESON Richard/ 5. Two cheers for capabilities
    Part II. Applications
    DANIELS Norman/ 6. Capabilities, opportunity, and health
    TERZI Lorella/ 7. What metric of justice for disabled people ? Capability and disability
    MACLEOD Colin/ 8. Primary goods, capabilities, and children
    BRIGHOUSE Harry/ 9. Education for primary goods of for capabilities ?
    ROBEYNS Ingrid/ 10. Gender and the metric of justice
    Part III. Concluding essay
    SEN Amartya/ 11. The place of capability in a theory of justice

Making rights a reality ? Disability rights activists and legal mobilization


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