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Hippocratic, religious, and secular medical ethics : the points of conflict

著者: Robert M Veatch
出版商: Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, ©2012.
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"Where should physicians get their ethics? Professional codes such as the Hippocratic Oath claim moral authority for those in a particular field, yet according to medical ethicist Robert Veatch, these codes have little or nothing to do with how members of a guild should understand morality or make ethical decisions. While the Hippocratic Oath continues to be cited by a wide array of professional associations,  再读一些...
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提及的人: Hippocrates.; Hippocrates.
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所有的著者/提供者: Robert M Veatch
ISBN: 9781589019461 1589019466
OCLC号码: 780484107
描述: xiii, 242 p. : ill ; 23cm.
内容: Introduction: the Hippocratic problem --
The Hippocratic oath and the ethic of hippocratism --
The Hippocratic tradition: a sporadic retreat --
The cacophony of codes in medical schools and professional associations --
The limits of professionally generated ethics --
Religious medical ethics: revealed and natural alternatives --
Secular ethics and professional ethics --
Fallibilism and the convergence hypothesis.
责任: Robert M. Veatch.

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Where should physicians get their ethics? While the Hippocratic Oath continues to be cited by a wide array of professional associations, scholars, and medical students, the author contends that the  再读一些...

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Veatch is instantly recognizable to all specialists in the field of bioethics as the leading and long-term opponent of the effort of the Hippocratic tradition across two millennia to locate medical 再读一些...

 
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