Lectures on Inhumanity: Teaching Medical Ethics in German Medical Schools Under Nazism.

@article{Bruns2017LecturesOI,
  title={Lectures on Inhumanity: Teaching Medical Ethics in German Medical Schools Under Nazism.},
  author={Florian Bruns and Tessa Chelouche},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={166 8},
  pages={
          591-595
        }
}
In a recently published article, Barron Lerner and Arthur Caplan reflect on the role of history in the teaching of bioethics (1). They make the case for figuratively putting those studying and practicing bioethics in the shoes of prior researchers or clinicians to better understand how past ethical decisions in medicine and research were made and what circumstances affected these choices. The argument behind this reasoning is to resist the allure of presuming oneself to be more moral and… CONTINUE READING

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