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Arguments at cross purposes: moral epistemology and medical ethics

Loughlin, Michael (2002) Arguments at cross purposes: moral epistemology and medical ethics. Journal of medical ethics, 28 (1). pp. 28-32. ISSN 0306-6800

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Abstract

Different beliefs about the nature and justification of bioethics may reflect different assumptions in moral epistemology. Two alternative views (put forward by David Seedhouse and Michael H Kottow) are analysed and some speculative conclusions formed. The foundational questions raised here are by no means settled and deserve further attention.

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