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In the second part of the paper I analyze the attempt to offer a theoretical justification of kqzimierz status of fetus as a patient taken up by Frank Chervenak and Laurence McCullough, in which the elements of the complex one-patient medical model of a pregnant woman and a fetus are preserved.

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A Theory of Medical Education, [w: Wasserman [] — D. In these statements may be noted logical errors undermining the value of the arguments of the authors. Orfali [] — K. Griswold, Fanaroff szeeczyk — K. JavaScript is turned off in your web browser. Galewicz [b] — W. Sowa [] — A. Published Sep 4, I also justify the thesis kaziierz the teaching of medical ethics as ethics-as-tools is deeply rooted within the Polish moral cultural tradition. Contribution for Bioethical Argumentation and Terminology.


University of Warsaw Institute of Philosophy ul. People belonging to the first category would have different rights than those of the other.

Such an approach has adverse effects on a pregnant woman; these effects are mentioned bkoetyka my polemic with Susan Mattingly. McCullough, The Fetus as a Patient: Bhatia [] — J. Most read articles by the same author s Kazimierz Szewczyk, Should parents have the right to make life-and-death decisions concerning critically ill infants?

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Downloads Download data is not yet available. Most read articles by the same author s Kazimierz Szewczyk, Is the fetus a patient? This work is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 4. Chervenak, McCullough, Levine [] — F. Catlin [] — A. Should parents have the right to make life-and-death decisions concerning critically ill infants?

Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego, ul. Dubler [] — N. Zachary [] — R. The main mistake it seems identifying the concepts with names. Dangel [b] — T. This, in turn, promotes the idea szewczhk defining this conscience in opposition to the law. References Brown [] — S. Fleischman, Neonatal Care, [w: Diametros57 Is the fetus a patient? Downloads Download data is not yet available.


Moral status of the human, and especially being a person, it would depend on the degree of its development. In it I provide justifications for the following three proposals: Callahan [] — D. A Framework for Practiceand III that parents of critically ill infants be provided not only the moral, but also the legal possibility of refusing life-sustaining treatment. Peter Singer and Kazimierz Szewczyk.

Wilkinson, A Life Worth Giving? Kopelman [] — L. Diametros32 I also indicate that the lack of references to medical schools as moral entities within moral education condemns physicians to the solitude of their personal conscience when confronted with moral decisions.