Naturalized Bioethics: Toward Responsible Knowing and Practice

Naturalized Bioethics: Toward Responsible Knowing and Practice

by Hilde Lindemann
     
 

Naturalized Bioethics shows bioethicists and health care professionals a new way to address the ethical issues surrounding health care.See more details below

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Naturalized Bioethics shows bioethicists and health care professionals a new way to address the ethical issues surrounding health care.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521895248
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
10/13/2008
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Part I. Responsible Knowing: 1. Moral bodies: epistemologies of embodiment Jackie Leach Scully; 2. Choosing surgical birth: desire and the nature of bioethical advice Raymond DeVries, Lisa Kane Low, and Elizabeth Bogdan-Lovis; 3. Holding on to Edmund: the relational work of identity Hilde Lindemann; 4. Caring, minimal autonomy, and the limits of liberalism Agnieszka Jaworska; 5. Narrative, complexity, and context: autonomy as an epistemic value Naomi Scheman; 6. Toward a naturalized narrative bioethics Tod Chambers; Part II. Responsible Practice: 7. Motivating health: empathy and the normative activity of coping Jodi Halpern and Margaret Olivia Little; 8. Economies of hope in a period of transition: parents in the time leading up to their child's liver transplantation Marre Knibbe and Marian Verkerk; 9. Consent as a grant of autonomy: a care ethics reader of informed consent Joan Tronto; 10. Professional loving care and the bearable heaviness of being Annelies van Heijst; 11. Ideal theory bioethics and the exclusion of people with severe cognitive disabilities Eva Feder Kittay; 12. Epilogue: naturalized bioethics in practice Marian Verkerk and Hilde Lindemann.

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