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06/06/2017

Ethics at the End of Life – New Issues and Arguments

Routledge has just published a 14-chapter new anthology: Ethics at the End of Life: New Issues and Arguments. 


John K. Davis, “Introduction”


Geoffrey Scarre, “Is it possible to be better off dead?”


Taylor W. Cyr, “How Does Death Harm the Deceased?”


Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin, “The Significance of an Afterlife”


Jens Johansson, “The Severity of Death”


John K. Davis, “Defining Death”


James Stacey Taylor, “Autonomy, Competence, and End of Life”


Eric Vogelstein, “Deciding for the Incompetent”


Paul T. Menzel, “Change of Mind: An Issue for Advance Directives”


Nancy S. Jecker, “Medical Futility and Respect for Patient Autonomy”


Paul T. Menzel, “Refusing Lifesaving Medical Treatment and Food and Water by Mouth”


Thomas S. Huddle, “Suicide, Physician-Assisted Suicide, the Doing-Allowing Distinction and Double Effect”


Michael Cholbi, “Grief and End of Life Surrogate Decision-making”


Bruce Jennings, “Solidarity near the End of Life: The Promise of Relational Decision-making in the Care of the Dying”


Colin Farrelly, “Justice and the Aging of the Human Species”

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