Changing the Criminal Character: Nanotechnology and Criminal Punishment
“But it is not true that if acts in accordance with virtue have themselves a certain character they will be done justly or temperately. The one who does them must also be in the right state of…
Children, Pathology and Politics:Genealogical Perspectives on the Construction of the Paedophile in South Africa
This paper aims to demonstrate the efforts towards in-situ applicability of EMMARM, which aims to provide real-world examples of how community-based approaches to education and development can improve the quality of life.
Ethics seminars: physician complicity in the Holocaust: historical review and reflections on emergency medicine in the 21st century, part II.
- MedicineAcademic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
Ethical pitfalls encountered by physicians during the Nazi era are reviewed and categorizes and ethical concerns and challenges that confront contemporary emergency practitioners are examined, some of which have parallels, though certainly not direct comparators, in theNazi era.