Pluralistic Casuistry - Moral Arguments, Economic Realities, and Political Theory
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Verkauft von Dodax
Combines methodological, philosophical considerations with applied chapters
Includes a response by Baruch Brody that critically engages the contributions to the volume
From the reviews:
"The collection of essays edited by Mark J. Cherry and Ana S. Iltis is dedicated to the work and life of Baruch A. Brody. Brody has contributed a great part of his work to questions about biomedical ethics; consequently, the focus of this Festschrift is on bioethical issues, too. ... The topics discussed here are of a wide range including public health care policies questions, questions about the right or good way to treat patients, and questions concerning the value of life." (Stefan Riegelnik, Metapsychology Online Reviews, June, 2008)
"This is a collection of essays honoring the life and work of Baruch A. Brody, a preeminent philosopher and bioethicist. ... Bioethicists and philosophers interested in bioethics are the intended readers. It will have broad appeal within bioethics because of the diversity of Brody's scholarship. ... Brody has long been an important thinker in bioethics, so this book will be of wide interest even to those who are less acquainted with Brody's work. ... This book is notable for its intimacy with Brody's scholarship." (Nathaniel J Brown, Doody's Review Service, September, 2008)