Bio)Ethics in a Pluralistic Society

@inproceedings{Donovan2019BioEthicsIA,
  title={Bio)Ethics in a Pluralistic Society},
  author={Suzanne Donovan},
  year={2019}
}
Traditional (bio) ethics relies to a large degree on the analysis of problems to determine the right course of action. In particular, in medicine, a dominant text declares that there is a “Common Morality” that applies to all people. This paper will argue that ethics is culture bound and that, in a pluralistic society, a common morality approach to the resolution of problems has significant limitations. I will argue that more attention needs to be paid to the process of agreeing to a way… CONTINUE READING
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