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Morals and medicine

Joseph Francis Fletcher

Morals and medicine

the moral problems of: the patient"s right to know the truth, contraception, artificial insemination, sterilization, euthanasia.

by Joseph Francis Fletcher

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical ethics.,
  • Medicine -- Religious aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    StatementWith a foreword by Karl Menninger.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR724 .F55
    The Physical Object
    Pagination243 p.
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6155381M
    LC Control Number54009019
    OCLC/WorldCa1462232

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Morals and medicine book

He collects a variety of ingredients from around the family farm including deodorant and shampoo from the bathroom, floor polish from the laundry room, horseradish sauce and gin from the kitchen, animal medicines, engine oil and anti-freeze from the garage, and brown paint to mimic the colour of the original medicine.

One hopes that it will be read carefully by those currently seeking to redesign our health care system. Doctors at the time only observed sick people not the diseases themselves. Learn how and when to remove this template message Informed consent in ethics usually refers to the idea that a person must be fully informed about and understand the potential benefits and risks of their choice of treatment.

Most descriptions of internal organs were based on what could be seen or felt externally. This eBook is no longer available for sale.

Medical ethics

However, the distinction can be useful if your local community has no strong feelings about adultery, but you consider adultery immoral on a personal level. Furthermore, Islam also brings forth the principles of jurisprudence, Islamic law and legal maxims, which also allow for Islam to adapt to an ever-changing medical ethics framework.

It was probably here that many of the methods attributed to Hippocrates were developed. For example, many states require physicians to report gunshot wounds to the police and impaired drivers to the Department of Motor Vehicles.

However, a unique aspect of the writings is that they share basic assumptions about how the body works and the nature of disease. Morals and Medicine is a new and independent analysis of the morals of life and death, striking out along the line of the values of personality rather than of mere physiological life itself.

The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. Citation Information.

Thus far, only Roman Catholic moralists have worked out a coherent ethics of medical care. Research has shown that conflicts of interests are very common among both academic physicians [56] and physicians in practice.

They arise as issues at the start or making of a life, in preserving its health, and in facing its death. I knew now why people fear cancer: because it is a slow and inevitable death, it is the very definition of cynicism and loss of spirit. A lasting legacy is the Hippocratic oath, derived from his ethical practices and standards, that serves as a moral guide for physicians today.

The Hippocratic Corpus Much of what is known about these methods comes from a collection of more than 60 medical books known as the Hippocratic Corpus, considered the oldest writings on medicine.

Baby Doe Law establishes state protection for a disabled child's right to life, ensuring that this right is protected even over the wishes of parents or guardians in cases where they want to withhold treatment. Interpreting a patient's stories or day-to-day activities as opposed to standardizing and collecting patient data may help in acquiring a better sense of what each patient needs, individually, with respect to their illness.Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine argued that medicine must be placed on a solid scientific basis The principle of medical and surgical morality consists in never performing on man an experiment which might be harmful to him to any extent, even though the result might be highly advantageous to the health of others.

Morals and Medicine is a new and independent analysis of the morals of life and death, striking out along the line of the values of personality rather than of mere physiological life itself. It offers a modern and at the same time Christian concept of right and wrong for all who are involved: the patient, the doctor and nurse, the pastor, and Author: Joseph F.

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Values, morals and ethics

Teachings on various aspects of medical morals were scattered throughout the penitential books of the early medieval church and later in more formal treatises when moral theology became recog­ nized as a distinct discipline.

Still later, medical morality was incorpor­ ated.

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