LIMITED TO 1 CONCURRENT USER. PLEASE CLOSE WHEN FINISHED TO ALLOW OTHERS TO USE THE BOOK. An account of the nature of bioethics and how a number of methodological spectres have obstructed bioethics from becoming what it should. Explains how moral reason can be brought to bear upon practical issues via an empirical Socratic approach.
Addresses whether ethicists, like authorities in other fields, can speak as experts in their subject matter. The readings will be of particular interest to bioethicists, clinicians, ethics committees, and students of social epistemology.