Cambridge Bioethics and Law

Cambridge Bioethics and Law

Cribb, Alan; Ives, Jonathan; Dunn, Michael

Cambridge University Press

12/2016

282

Dura

Inglês

9781107078475

15 a 20 dias

Research in bioethics is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary, and researchers are turning to novel methodologies that combine the benefits of both theoretical and empirical research. Contributions in this volume are written by experts in the field, bringing together the most recent developments in methodological thinking and offering new insights into established approaches.
Part I. Theoretical Perspectives: 1. Theoretical perspectives: an introduction Jonathan Ives, Michael Dunn and Alan Cribb; 2. Empirical bioethics and the fact/value distinction John McMillan; 3. Metaethics, relativism and empirical bioethics Mark Sheehan; 4. Empirical bioethics and the role of the professional ethicist in policy making: politics, authority and expertise Kyle T. Edwards and Zuzana Deans; 5. Evidence, epistemology and empirical bioethics Ilina Singh; 6. Friends, foes, flatmates: on the relationship between law and (empirical) bioethics Richard Huxtable; 7. Embracing diversity in empirical bioethics Alan Cribb and John Owens; Part II. Practical Perspectives: 8. Practical perspectives: an introduction Michael Dunn, Jonathan Ives and Alan Cribb; 9. Moral improvement through interactive research: a practice example of dialogical empirical bioethics Elleke Landeweer, Bert Molewijk and Guy Widdershoven; 10. Reflective equilibrium as a normative empirical model: the case of Ashley X Ghislaine J. M. W. van Thiel and Johannes J. M. van Delden; 11. Theory and practice of democratic deliberation in bioethics research Scott Kim; 12. Feminist empirical bioethics Jackie Leach Scully; 13. Lessons from experience: establishing and running interdisciplinary mixed method bioethics research Bobbie Farsides and Clare Williams; 14. Publishing research in empirical bioethics: quality, disciplines and expertise Lucy Frith and Heather Draper.
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