Tag: emotion

Respecting moral diversity

moral diversity

Facing the death of other people, we are confronted with our deepest convictions of what makes sense and what does not.  A mother of four should not die of breast cancer in her mid 40s, for this runs contrary to whatever possible order of justice in the world. A beloved father in a vegetative state […]

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Featured article: The sensible health care professional

sensible health care

Recently, two Dutch and one Belgium care ethicist published a paper on “The sensible health care professional: a care ethical perspective on the role of caregivers in emotionally turbulent practices” in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. Are you working in the field of care ethics and would you like your paper to be in the […]

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