The Routledge handbook of the ethics of consent [ebook] /

- General questions- Legal theory- Medical ethics- Normative ethics- Political philosophy. The Routledge Handbook of the Ethics of Consent is essential reading for students and researchers in moral theory, applied ethics, medical ethics, philosophy of law and political philosophy. This volume will a...

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Other Authors: Müller, Andreas, Schaber, Peter
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Series:Routledge handbooks in applied ethics
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505 0 |a Historical perspectives on the ethics of consent / Daniel Lee -- What is consent? / Hubert Schnüriger -- Consent as a normative power / Felix Koch -- The normative force of consent / Heidi Hurd: -- Consent and wronging a person / Peter Schaber -- The scope of consent / Neil C. Manson -- When is consent required? / Terrance McConnell -- Valid consent / Emma C. Bullock -- Hypothetical consent / Gideon Yaffe -- Group consent / Anna Deplazes-Zemp -- Moral obligations and consent / Andreas Müller -- Consent and autonomy / Tom Walker -- Paternalism and consent / John Kleinig -- Exploitation and consent / Matt Zwolinski -- Deception and consent / Tom Dougherty -- Sexual consent / Dave Archard -- The volenti maxim / Michelle Dempsey -- Consent to pain / Vera Bergelson: -- Voluntary consent / Thomas Gutmann -- Consent and contracts / Brian H. Bix: -- Rape as non-consensual sex / Tatjana Hörnle -- Consent and privacy / Bart Custers et al -- Historical perspectives in medical ethics / Tom O'Shea -- Informed consent / Nir Eyal -- Consent and medical treatment / Johann S. Ach -- Consent in clinical research / Collin O'Neill -- Consent and organ donation / Ben Saunders -- Consent for others / Anthony Wrigley -- Historical perspectives in political philosophy / Alex Tuckness -- Consent theory of political obligation / George Klosko -- Normative consent and authority / David Estlund -- Moral education and the ethics of consent / William A. Edmundson 
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