Daniel Clay Davis American University, University of Mary Washington
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  1. R. Charon, H. Brody, M. W. Clark, D. Davis, R. Martinez & R. M. Nelson (1996). Literature and Ethical Medicine: Five Cases From Common Practice. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 21 (3):243-265.
    This essay is composed of five stories written by practicing physicians about their patients. Each clinical story describes a challenging ethical condition–potential abuse of medical power, gravely ill and probably over-treated newborns, iatrogenic narcotic addiction, deceived dying people. Rather than singling out one ethical conflict to resolve or adjudicate, the authors attempt, through literary methods, to grasp the singular experiences of their patients and to act according to the deep structures of their patients' lives. Examining these five stories with simple (...)
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  2. F. Rosner & D. Davis (1995). A Question of Context: A Response To. Journal of Clinical Ethics 6:232-236.
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  3. Daniel Clay Davis (1982). A Physicalist Critique of the Development of Atomism in Early Greek Philosophy. Dissertation, The American University
    In this dissertation I uncover a logic of the development of atomism in early Greek philosophy that has not been previously recognized in the philosophical literature. This logic results from the nature of subjectivity and the attempt by reflective subjects to understand the world in which they live. Thus because of the nature of illusions built in to perception and reflection, reflective subjects who attempt to understand their world will develop more or less accurate accounts according to their ability to (...)
     
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  4. Daniel Davis, L1 Effects on the Articulation of Samaritan Hebrew.
    In this thesis, I will discuss the effects of the linguistic divide in the Samaritan community with respect to the articulation of the liturgical language of Samaritan Hebrew. I first encountered the Samaritans in 2010 while on my first visit to the Palestinian city of Nablus. I had been to Israel many times prior, yet as a young Jewish American, I had never before had the opportunity to travel to the Palestinian Territories. Given the prominence of the political situation, I (...)
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