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The Medical Profession and Human Rights: Handbook for a Changing Agenda

The Medical Profession and Human Rights: Handbook for a Changing Agenda J Med Ethics 2002;28:329–334 329 PostScript ............................................................................................. argument about the status of the embryo and LETTER the fetus, starting from the ethical system of Alan Gewirth. I found this unconvincing, as did the two discussants for several reasons, but I am happy to concede that this topic is If you have a burning desire to respond to outside my area of expertise. a paper published in JME, why not make The third paper is presented by Jean-Pierre use of our “rapid response” option? Wils. Autonomy, it is argued, only makes Log onto our website sense in the context of a relationship in which (www.jmedethics.com), find the paper the other is recognised as a(nother) moral that interests you, and send your response agent. Accordingly, the difficulty in achieving summary of the discussion that followed each this in relation to an embryo or fetus makes it via email by clicking on the “eLetters” of these six sessions in the final symposium of difficult to treat the embryo with full respect, option in the box at the top right hand the EU-funded European Network for Bio- and technological modes of visualising the corner. medical Ethics held in Sheffield in 1999. In embryo http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Medical Ethics British Medical Journal

The Medical Profession and Human Rights: Handbook for a Changing Agenda

Journal of Medical Ethics , Volume 28 (5) – Oct 1, 2002

The Medical Profession and Human Rights: Handbook for a Changing Agenda

Journal of Medical Ethics , Volume 28 (5) – Oct 1, 2002

Abstract

J Med Ethics 2002;28:329–334 329 PostScript ............................................................................................. argument about the status of the embryo and LETTER the fetus, starting from the ethical system of Alan Gewirth. I found this unconvincing, as did the two discussants for several reasons, but I am happy to concede that this topic is If you have a burning desire to respond to outside my area of expertise. a paper published in JME, why not make The third paper is presented by Jean-Pierre use of our “rapid response” option? Wils. Autonomy, it is argued, only makes Log onto our website sense in the context of a relationship in which (www.jmedethics.com), find the paper the other is recognised as a(nother) moral that interests you, and send your response agent. Accordingly, the difficulty in achieving summary of the discussion that followed each this in relation to an embryo or fetus makes it via email by clicking on the “eLetters” of these six sessions in the final symposium of difficult to treat the embryo with full respect, option in the box at the top right hand the EU-funded European Network for Bio- and technological modes of visualising the corner. medical Ethics held in Sheffield in 1999. In embryo

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
Copyright 2002 by the Journal of Medical Ethics
ISSN
0306-6800
eISSN
1473-4257
DOI
10.1136/jme.28.5.332
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Abstract

J Med Ethics 2002;28:329–334 329 PostScript ............................................................................................. argument about the status of the embryo and LETTER the fetus, starting from the ethical system of Alan Gewirth. I found this unconvincing, as did the two discussants for several reasons, but I am happy to concede that this topic is If you have a burning desire to respond to outside my area of expertise. a paper published in JME, why not make The third paper is presented by Jean-Pierre use of our “rapid response” option? Wils. Autonomy, it is argued, only makes Log onto our website sense in the context of a relationship in which (www.jmedethics.com), find the paper the other is recognised as a(nother) moral that interests you, and send your response agent. Accordingly, the difficulty in achieving summary of the discussion that followed each this in relation to an embryo or fetus makes it via email by clicking on the “eLetters” of these six sessions in the final symposium of difficult to treat the embryo with full respect, option in the box at the top right hand the EU-funded European Network for Bio- and technological modes of visualising the corner. medical Ethics held in Sheffield in 1999. In embryo

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Journal of Medical EthicsBritish Medical Journal

Published: Oct 1, 2002

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