- Title Pages
- Contemporary Issues in Bioethics, Law and Medical Humanities
- Series editors’ forewords
- 1 Editors’ introduction
- 2 Thought and memory
- 3 On moral nose
- 4 Hanging around with Jackson
- 5 The Unbearable desire for explicitness and rationality in bioethics
- 6 Moral epistemology and the survival lottery
- 7 Harris and the criticism of the status quo
- 8 The natural as a moral category
- 9 Making sense of human dignity
- 10 Why we should save the anthropocentric person
- 11 Why the reasonable man is not always right?
- 12 Why the body matters
- 13 Harris’s principle of justice in health care
- 14 Eqalyty revisited
- 15 The safety of the people and the case against invasive health promotion
- 16 Could we reduce racism with one easy dip?
- 17 Against mumps, Meursault, Mcdonald’s and Marlboro
- 18 Killing and allowing to die
- 19 Response to and reflections on chapters 3–18
- From reason to practice in bioethics
- Manchester University Press
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