The Ethics of Consent : Theory and Practice: Theory and Practice (Google eBook)
Department of Bioethics National Institutes of Health Franklin Miller Professor, Alan Wertheimer John G. McCullough Professor of Political Science University of Vermont
Oxford University Press, Oct 2, 2009 - Medical - 432 pages
Consent is a basic component of the ethics of human relations, making permissible a wide range of conduct that would otherwise be wrongful. Consent marks the difference between slavery and employment, permissible sexual relations and rape, borrowing or selling and theft, medical treatment and battery, participation in research and being a human guinea pig. This book assembles the contributions of a distinguished group of scholars concerning the ethics of consent in theory and practice. Part One addresses theoretical perspectives on the nature and moral force of consent, and its relationship to key ethical concepts, such as autonomy and paternalism. Part Two examines consent in a broad range of contexts, including sexual relations, contracts, selling organs, political legitimacy, medicine, and research.
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