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From reason to practice in bioethics : an anthology dedicated to the works of John Harris / John Coggon, Sarah Chan, Soren Holm, and Thomasine Kushner.

Contributor(s): Coggon, John, 1980- [editor.] | Chan, Sarah (Researcher in bioethics) [editor.] | Holm, Søren, 1963- [editor.] | Kushner, Thomasine Kimbrough [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Contemporary issues in bioethics, law and medical humanitiesPublisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781781708392; 1781708398; 9780719098031; 0719098033Uniform titles: University press scholarship online. Subject(s): Harris, John, 1945- | Harris, John, 1945- | Bioethics | Bioethics | Bioethical Issues | Ethics | Humanities | Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation | Delivery of Health Care | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Business Ethics | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Process -- General | Bioethics | Biology - General | Biology | Health & Biological SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 174.957 LOC classification: QH332Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
FROM REASON TO PRACTICE IN BIOETHICS: An anthology dedicated to the works of John Harris; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Contents; Contributors; Series editors' forewords; Acknowledgements; Part I Introductions; 1. Editors' introduction: John Coggon, Sarah Chan, Søren Holm and Thomasine Kushner; 2. Thought and memory: John Harris; Part IIGrounding moral arguments; 3. On moral nose: Jonathan Glover; 4. Hanging around with Jackson: consistency in ethical argument, and how to avoid it: Richard Ashcroft.
5. The unbearable desire for explicitness and rationality in bioethics: Michael Parker and Micaela Ghisleni6. Moral epistemology and the survival lottery: Torbjörn Tännsjö; 7. Harris and the criticism of the status quo: Florencia Luna; 8. The natural as a moral category: Harry Lesser; 9. Making sense of human dignity: Deryck Beyleveld; 10. Why we should save the anthropocentric person: Simon Woods; Part III: From ethics to policyand practice; 11. Why the reasonable man is not always right?: Margaret Brazier.
12. Why the body matters: reflections on John Harris's account of organ procurement: Alastair V. Campbell13. Harris's principle of justice in health care: Ruth Macklin; 14. Eqalyty revisited: Andrew Edgar; 15. The safety of the people and the case against invasive health promotion: Andreas Hasman; 16. Could we reduce racism with one easy dip? What a thought experiment about race-colour change makes us see: Margaret P. Battin; 17. Against mumps, Meursault, McDonald's and Marlboro: on the immunisation of children against smoking, alcohol and drugs: Inez de Beaufort.
18. Killing and allowing to die: Raanan GillonPart IV: John Harris responds; 19. Response to and reflections on chapters 3-18: John Harris; Bibliography; Index.
Summary: This anthology gathers together original works from some of bioethics' most celebrated scholars. Focused on and around the works of John Harris, the book addresses the most debated issues in contemporary bioethics, and will serve as an excellent text and resource for students, scholars, and practitioners interested in bioethics.
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This anthology gathers together original works from some of bioethics' most celebrated scholars. Focused on and around the works of John Harris, the book addresses the most debated issues in contemporary bioethics, and will serve as an excellent text and resource for students, scholars, and practitioners interested in bioethics.

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FROM REASON TO PRACTICE IN BIOETHICS: An anthology dedicated to the works of John Harris; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Contents; Contributors; Series editors' forewords; Acknowledgements; Part I Introductions; 1. Editors' introduction: John Coggon, Sarah Chan, Søren Holm and Thomasine Kushner; 2. Thought and memory: John Harris; Part IIGrounding moral arguments; 3. On moral nose: Jonathan Glover; 4. Hanging around with Jackson: consistency in ethical argument, and how to avoid it: Richard Ashcroft.

5. The unbearable desire for explicitness and rationality in bioethics: Michael Parker and Micaela Ghisleni6. Moral epistemology and the survival lottery: Torbjörn Tännsjö; 7. Harris and the criticism of the status quo: Florencia Luna; 8. The natural as a moral category: Harry Lesser; 9. Making sense of human dignity: Deryck Beyleveld; 10. Why we should save the anthropocentric person: Simon Woods; Part III: From ethics to policyand practice; 11. Why the reasonable man is not always right?: Margaret Brazier.

12. Why the body matters: reflections on John Harris's account of organ procurement: Alastair V. Campbell13. Harris's principle of justice in health care: Ruth Macklin; 14. Eqalyty revisited: Andrew Edgar; 15. The safety of the people and the case against invasive health promotion: Andreas Hasman; 16. Could we reduce racism with one easy dip? What a thought experiment about race-colour change makes us see: Margaret P. Battin; 17. Against mumps, Meursault, McDonald's and Marlboro: on the immunisation of children against smoking, alcohol and drugs: Inez de Beaufort.

18. Killing and allowing to die: Raanan GillonPart IV: John Harris responds; 19. Response to and reflections on chapters 3-18: John Harris; Bibliography; Index.

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