Introduction: Taking Stock of Bioethics from a Philosophical Perspective; G. Khushf. I: The Emergence of Bioethics. The History of Bioethics as a Discipline; A.R. Jonsen. II: Bioethical Theory. Principles and Principlism; T.L. Beauchamp, D. DeGrazia. Casuistry; J. Boyle. Virtue Theory in Philosophy of Medicine; D. ThomasmaDAGGER. Common Morality; K. Danner Clouser, B. Gert. Feminist Approaches to Bioethics; R. Tong. Four Narrative Approaches to Bioethics; H. Lindemann Nelson. Philosophy of Medicine and Medical Ethics: A Phenomenological Perspective; E.D. Pellegrino. III: Core Concepts in Clinical Ethics. The Logic of Health Concepts; L. Nordenfelt. Physicians and Patients in Relation: Clinical Interpretation and Dialogues of Trust; R. Zaner. Informed Consent; S. Wear. Philosophical Challenges to the Use of Advance Directives; C.B. Cohen. Ethics Committees and Case Consultation: Theory and Practice; M.G. Kuczewski. IV: The Public Policy Context. The Ethics of Controlled Clinical Trials; B. Brody. Ethical Issues in the Use of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for the Prioritization of Health Resources; D. Brock. Sic et Non: Some Disputed Questions in Reproductive Ethics; C. Tollefsen. Testing Genes and Constructing Humans: Ethics and Genetics; K. Bayertz, K.W. Schmidt. V: Foundations of the Health Professions. Death, Dying, Euthanasia, and Palliative Care: Perspectives from Philosophy of Medicine and Ethics; B.A. Lustig. Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry; O.P. Wiggins, M.A. Schwartz. Nursing Ethics; S.T. Fry. Geroethics; L. McCullough. Ethics and Philosophy of Public Health; D.L. Weed. Notes on Contributors. Index.
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