Empirical Bioethics

Empirical Bioethics

Theoretical and Practical Perspectives

Ives, Jonathan; Cribb, Alan; Dunn, Michael

Cambridge University Press

12/2016

282

Dura

Inglês

9781107078475

15 a 20 dias

This volume brings together key researchers in empirical bioethics, presenting a range of theoretical and practical perspectives on methodology.
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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