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Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 17.4 (2007) 405-407

Index to Volume 17 (2007)

By Author

BAKER, Robert, and MCCULLOUGH, Laurence. Medical Ethics' Appropriation of Moral Philosophy: The Case of the Sympathetic and the Unsympathetic Physician, 1: 3–22; The Relationship Between Moral Philosophy and Medical Ethics Reconsidered, 3: 271–76.
BEAUCHAMP, Tom L. History and Theory in "Applied Ethics," 1: 55–64.
BRODY, Baruch. Intellectual Property and Biotechnology: The European Debate, 2: 69–110.
DANIS, Marion. See Hurst, Samia A.
DAVIS, Daniel F. See Gianelli, Diane.
DEES, Richard H. Better Brains, Better Selves? The Ethics of Neuroenhancements, 4: 371–95.
DEGRAZIA, David. Must We Have Full Moral Status Throughout Our Existence? A Reply to Alfonso Gómez-Lobo, 4: 297–310.
DICKERT, Neal W., and SUGARMAN, Jeremy. Getting the Ethics Right Regarding Research in the Emergency Setting: Lessons from the PolyHeme Study, 2: 153–69.
DZUR, Alber W., and LEVIN, Daniel. The Primacy of the Public: In Support of Bioethics Commissions as Deliberative Forums, 2: 133–42.
FAN, Ruiping. Corrupt Practices in Chinese Medical Care: The Root in Public Policies and a Call for Confucian-Market Approach, 2: 111–31.
FOX, Daniel M. Selective Appropriation, Medical Ethics, and Health Politics: The Complementarity of Baker, McCullough, and Me, 1: 23–30.
GIANELLI, Diane, and DAVIS, F. Daniel. News from the President's Council on Bioethics, 4: 397–98.
GIFFORD, Fred. Pulling the Plug on Clinical Equipoise: A Critique of Miller and Weijer, 3: 203–26.
GOMEZ-LOBO, Alfonso. Inviolability at Any Age, 4: 311–20.
HAUSMAN, Daniel M. Group Risks, Risks to Groups, and Group Engagement in Genetics Research, 4: 351–69. [End Page 405]
HURST, Samia A., and DANIS, Marion. A Framework for Rationing by Clinical Judgment, 3: 246–66.
JOHNSON, Summer. Making Public Bioethics Sufficiently Public: The Legitimacy and Authority of Bioethics Commissions, 2: 143–52.
JONSEN, Albert R. How to Appropriate Appropriately: A Comment on Baker and McCullough,1: 43–54.
KUKLA, Rebecca. Resituating the Principle of Equipoise: Justice and Access to Care in Non-Ideal Conditions, 3: 171–202.
LEVIN, Daniel. See Dzur, Albert W.
MCCULLOUGH, Laurence. See Baker, Robert.
MILLER, Paul B., and WEIJER, Charles. Revisiting Equipoise: A Response to Gifford, 3: 227–46.
NATIONAL REFERENCE CENTER FOR BIOETHICS LITERATURE. News from the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature (NRCBL) and the National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics (NIREHG), 4: 399–403.
NYCUM, Gillian, and REID, Lynette. The Harm-Benefit Tradeoff in "Bad Deal" Trials, 4: 321–50.
REID, Lynette. See Nycum, Gillian.
SASS, Hans-Martin. Fritz Jahr's Early 1927 Concept of Bioethics, 4: 279–95.
SCHMIDT, Ulf. Turning the History of Medical Ethics from its Head onto its Feet: A Critical Commentary on Baker and McCullough, 1: 31–42.
SUGARMAN, Jeremy. Roles of Moral Philosophy in Appropriated Bioethics: A Response to Baker and McCullough, 1: 65–67; see also, Dickert, Neal W.
UBEL, Peter A. Confessions of a Bedside Rationer: Commentary on Hurst and Danis, 3: 267–69.
WEIJER, Charles. See Miller, Paul B.

By Issue

Issue 1

SPECIAL ISSUE: Is Bioethics Applied Ethics?
Medical Ethics' Appropriation of Moral Philosophy: The Case of the Sympathetic and the Unsympathetic Physician, by Robert Baker and Laurence McCullough, 3–22.
Selective Appropriation, Medical Ethics, and Health Politics: The Complementarity of Baker, McCullough, and Me, by Daniel M. Fox, 23–30.
Turning the History of Medical Ethics from its Head onto its Feet: A Critical Commentary on Baker and McCullough, by Ulf Schmidt, 31–42.
How to Appropriate Appropriately: A Comment on Baker and McCullough, by Albert R. Jonsen, 43–54.
History and Theory in "Applied Ethics," by Tom L. Beauchamp, 55–64.
Roles of Moral Philosophy in Appropriated Bioethics: A Response to [End Page 406] Baker and McCullough, by Jeremy Sugarman, 65–67.

Issue 2

Intellectual Property and Biotechnology: The European Debate, by Baruch Brody, 69–110.
Corrupt Practices in Chinese Medical Care: The Root in Public Policies and a Call for Confucian-Market Approach, by Ruiping Fan, 111–31.
The Primacy of the Public: In Support of Bioethics Commissions as...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1086-3249
Print ISSN
1054-6863
Pages
pp. 405-407
Launched on MUSE
2008-03-06
Open Access
No
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