Ethics of scientific research
Challenging long-held theories of scientific rationality and remoteness, Kristin Shrader-Frechette argues that research cannot be value free. Rather, any research will raise important moral issues for those involved, issues not only of truthfulness but of risk to research subjects, third parties, and the general public.
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