A caring jurisprudence: listening to patients at the Supreme Court

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1999 - Law - 193 pages
This book argues that it is both possible and proper to develop a jurisprudence capable of incorporating the knowledge of patients. Drawing on feminist scholarship, this book proposes a model for a caring jurisprudence that integrates the ethic of justice and the ethic of care to ensure that patients' knowledge is included in judicial decision making.

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Contents

The Merging of Medical and Legal Knowledge
31
The Triumph of Medical
65
Enabling the Court to Hear
103
Copyright

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