Internalized Public Moral Norms and Shared Sovereignty

American Journal of Bioethics 11 (7):49 - 51 (2011)
Abstract
In her target article “Shared health governance” (AJOB 11(7): 32-45, 2011) and in her book Health and Social Justice (2009), Jennifer Prah Ruger defends an original model of governance dubbed “Shared Health Governance” (SHG). This model borrows elements from many other models of governance, and one may wonder what is the secret sauce that holds together these diverse ingredients. In response, Ruger would perhaps ultimately turn to public moral norms. My comment raises some concerns about the function and content of these norms in her model and their connection to her claims about shared sovereignty within SHG.
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