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Methodology in Philosophical Bioethics (in the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics)

Mark D. White

Rat-genetics The latest issue of the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (20/2, April 2011) contains two fascinating symposia, the first on methodology in philosophical bioethics and the second on global bioethics. Here are the chapter titles (and links to abstracts and paper)in the first, all of which use Matti Häyry's book Rationality and the Genetic Challenge: Making People Better? as a starting point for discussion. (I'll post on the global ethics symposium later.)


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