Philosophie aktuell – Organtransplantation II: Aufklärung und Vertrauen. Gibt es eine moralische Pflicht zur Organspende? – Organtransplantation und Aufklärung – Achtung der Autonomie gegenüber Organspendern? – Vertrauen ist gut? Mitnichten immer!

Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 61 (1):137-146 (2013)
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Abstract

Dealing with the reform of the Transplantation Law, the first issue of the new rubric “Philosophie aktuell” met with strong and lively interest from our readers. Subsequent to this discussion a growing number of reports were published dealing with violations of mandatory rules of conduct in transplantation medicine. Therefore the topic is revisited here from the slightly different vantage point “organ transplantation II: elucidation and confidence”

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