Bioethics

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Edited By: Ruth Chadwick and Udo Schüklenk

Impact Factor: 1.75

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 6/51 (Ethics); 6/17 (Medical Ethics); 7/41 (Social Issues); 14/39 (Social Sciences Biomedical)

Online ISSN: 1467-8519

Associated Title(s): Developing World Bioethics

The Role of Philosophy and Philosophers in Bioethics


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Edited by: Matti Häyry & Tuija Takala

Matti Häyry & Tuija Takala, The Role of Philosophy and Philosophers in Bioethics.

Robert M. Veatch, ”The foundations of bioethics”, Bioethics 13 (3/4) (1999): 206–217.

Susan Sherwin, ”Foundations, frameworks, lenses: The role of theories in bioethics”, Bioethics 13 (3/4) (1999): 198–205.

Christopher Cowley, “The conjoined twins and the limits of rationality in applied ethics”, Bioethics 17 (1) (2003): 69–88.

Allen Andrew A. Alvarez, ”How rational should bioethics be? The value of empirical approaches”, Bioethics 15 (5/6) (2001): 501–519.

Erica Haimes, ”What can the social sciences contribute to the study of ethics? Theoretical, empirical and substantive considerations”, Bioethics 16 (2) (2002): 89–113.

Bernward Gesang, ”Are moral philosophers moral experts?”, Bioethics 24 (4) (2010): 153–159.

David Archard, ”Why moral philosophers are not and should not be moral experts”, Bioethics 25 (3) (2011): 119–127.

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