Which direct claims has a person who is suffering from a life-threatening disease against the State? Based on medical ethics and theories of justice, the book investigates the guarantee of a constitutional fundamental right to a medical minimum provision and clarifies the States duty to protect its citizens. The author identifies the aid and protection function of the fundamental rights as a starting point and carves out their range by further developing the Untermaaverbot. Thus, she establishes criteria to solve the tension between protection of life and the State's limited ressources.
|Series:||Munsterische Beitrage zur Rechtswissenschaft Series , #33|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|