Quick easy questions for analyzing medical ethics cases

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Humanities
Department Philosophy
Creator Battin, Margaret P.; Francis, Leslie P.; Jacobson, Jay A.
Other Author Botkin, Jeff R.
Title Quick easy questions for analyzing medical ethics cases
Date 1997
Description Sometimes, traditional philosophical ways of analyzing medical-ethics cases seem just too cumbersome, particularly to people without training in ethical theory. The issues are important, interesting, often compellingly engaging. but it isn't the time for heavy jargon, or terms like "deontology" or "rule ulilitarian" or "distributive Justice" or any of the other concepts with which the field of medical ethics works; it's time to just get going at the issues. Here's an easy, effective set of questions to open discussion of cases; you can save the heavy jargon for later.
Type Text
Publisher American Philosophical Association
Volume 97
Issue 1
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Battin, M. P., Botkin, J. R., Francis, L. P., & Jacobson, J. A. (1997). Quick easy questions for analyzing medical ethics cases. American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Medicine, 97(1). Fall.
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Date Modified 2021-05-06
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