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5–32; and Nina Rosenstand and Anita Silvers, “Moral, Legal and Aesthetic Reasoning,” Critical Thinking, eds. Brooke Noel Moore and Richard Parker (London, Mayfield 1998), pp. 418–433. 8. Race and Enlightenment: A Reader, ed. Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze (Oxford: Blackwell 1997), pp. , pp. 38–69. 9. html (accessed 8 January 2007). 10. See ibid. , 2001). 11. Decca Aitkenhead, “And If Thy Hand Offend Thee, Cut it off,” The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 25 January 2004, pp. 30–35; Tim Bayne and Neil Levy, “Amputees By Choice: Body Integrity Identity Disorder and the Ethics of Amputation,” Journal of Applied Philosophy, 22:1 (March 2005), pp.
Japanese and Western Bioethics, ed. Hoshino; Godfrey B. Tangwa, “Genetic Information: Questions and Worries from an African Background,” Genetic 22 SIRKKU KRISTIINA HELLSTEN Information: Acquisition, Access and Control, eds. Alison K. ” 5. Enthymema refers to implicit or unannounced premises as defined in Aristotle’s argumentation theory. Aristotle, Rhetoric, The Complete Works of Aristotle, ed. Jonathan Barnes, (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985). 6. Anne Thomson, Critical Reasoning in Ethics (London and New York: Routledge 1999), pp.
Is bioethics serving the interests of the rich or of the poor? This paper focuses mostly on the effects of wealth differentials, but it is crucial not to forget that wealth and power tend to go together both at the individual and at the group level, if for no other reason than because you can buy power with wealth in all societies, even those without direct corruption. In every society the rich and the poor live together in one sense, but in another sense they inhabit two very different worlds, as the initial quotation by the English journalist Fran Abrams illustrates.