Princeton University Library Catalog
- Richards, Janet Radcliffe [Browse]
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2012.
- x, 278 p. ; 23 cm.
- Summary note
- Argues that although people have strong feelings about their own organs, the deepest problems may not lie in a simple unwillingness to make them available, but in legal and institutional restrictions on the choices they are allowed to make. Through a series of arguments the author concludes that these restrictions are not justified by our normal moral standards, and are not even a response to popular demand, but lie in deep preconceptions of the people who make the rules. Careless moral reasoning, like careless medical practice, really can cost lives.--From publisher description.
- Bibliographic references
- Includes bibliographical references (268-274) and index.
- Procurement from the living -- Methodological morals -- Procurement from the dead -- Penumbral problems.
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