Humanistic Perspectives in Medical Ethics

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References
1.
This work has been translated and well analyzed by Martin Levey in Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, n.s. 57, Part 3 ( 1967).
2.
Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 42 ( 1968), pp. 450-461.
3.
C. D. Leake, Percival's Medical Ethics ( Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1927).
4.
J. F. Fletcher, Morals and Medicine ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1954).

List of Recommended Readings
No bibliography dealing with ethical theories can be presumed to be complete. The following works, arranged alphabetically, are pertinent to the discussion.
E. M. Albert, T. C. Denise, and S. P. Peterfreund, Great Traditions in Ethics ( New York: American Book Company, 1953), 362 pp.
E. G. Conklin, The Direction of Human Evolution ( New York: Scribner's, 1921), 256 pp.
_____ , Man Real and Ideal ( New York: Scribner's, 1943), 278 pp.
W. Fite, Individualism ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1911), 333 pp.
_____ , The Examined Life ( Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1957), 345 pp.
J. F. Fletcher, Morals and Medicine ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1954), 276 pp.
_____ , Situation Ethics: The New Morality ( Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1966), 176 pp.
S. R. Graubard, ed., "Symposium on Ethical Aspects of Experimentation with Human Subjects," Daedalus XIV, 98, pp. 219-597.
O. Guttentag, "Ethical Problems in Human Experimentation," in Torrey, Ethical Issues in Medicine (listed below), pp. 195-226.
C. J. Herrick, The Evolution of Human Nature ( Austin: University of Texas Press, 1956), 506 pp.
S. J. Holmes, Life and Morals ( New York: Harper's, 1948), 232 pp.
T. H. Huxley and Julian Huxley, Touchstone for Ethics ( New York: Harper & Row, 1947), 186 pp.
I. Ladimer and R. W. Newman, eds., Clinical Investigation in Medicine: Legal, Ethical and Moral Aspects: An Anthology and Bibliography ( Boston: Boston University Law-Medicine Research Institute, 1963),517 pp.
L. Lasagna, The Doctor's Dilemmas ( New York: Collier Books, 1963),352 pp.
C. D. Leake, Percival's Medical Ethics ( Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1927), 291 pp.

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