Autonomy and Human Rights in Health Care: An International by David N. Weisstub,Guillermo Díaz Pintos

By David N. Weisstub,Guillermo Díaz Pintos

This e-book bargains a bunch of essays released in reminiscence of David Thomasma, one of many top humanists within the box of bioethics in the course of the 20th century. The authors characterize many alternative nations and disciplines through the globe. the quantity bargains with the urgent factor of ways to floor a common bioethics within the context of the conflicted global of combative cultures and perspectives.

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