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    Research with Children: Reading of Emmanuel Lévinas and the Otherness.Francine Ramos de Miranda, Israel Fabiano Pereira de Souza, Paulo Roberto Haidamus de Oliveira Bastos, Maria Angélica Marcheti, Maria Lúcia Ivo, Alexandra Maria Almeida Carvalho, Isabelle Campos de Azevedo & Marcos Antonio Ferreira Júnior - 2017 - Revista Bioética 25 (3):493-501.
    Concern over delimiting research involving children, and more importantly the necessity of considering such research from an ethical perspective, is a recent development. With the aim of broadening this discussion, a form of ethical approach believed to be essential for the development of research with children was sought, based on the thinking of the philosopher Emmanuel Lévinas. Based on the otherness of Lévinas, it was concluded that for research with children, it is necessary to open oneself up to their world, (...)
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    Exploring the Risk/Benefit Balance in Biomedical Research: Some Considerations.Derrick E. Aarons - 2017 - Revista Bioética 25 (2):320-327.
    Risk and benefit assessment is one of the fundamental requirements in the ethical review of research involving human participants. As a result, researchers should evaluate and seek to minimize all foreseeable risks involved in their proposed research and members of research ethics committees should evaluate and balance the risks and potential benefits involved in each research proposal as a part of their ethical obligations regarding research protocols. However, current literature provides little detailed guidance on the specifics of how this balancing (...)
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    Neuroethics: The Institutionalization of Ethics in Neuroscience.Amer Cavalheiro Hamdan - 2017 - Revista Bioética 25 (2):275-281.
    Recent advances in neuroscience have led to numerous ethical questions. Neuroethics is the study of ethical, legal and social advancements in neuroscience which, despite being a recently developed discipline, has a long historical tradition. The concern with ethical issues in neuroscience is extremely old and dates back to the philosophical and scientific traditions that originally sought to understand the relationship between the brain and behavior. More recently, the field of neuroethics has emerged in the context of public and academic debate (...)
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  4. Hermenéutica y toma de decisiones en ética clínica.Oscar Vergara - 2017 - Revista Bioética 25 (2):255 - 263.
    Resumen Hermenéutica y toma de decisiones en ética clínica La moderna hermenéutica se interesa por las condiciones de posibilidad de la comprensión humana. Sus aportaciones son de indudable interés para el campo de la ética biomédica, donde médico y paciente tratan de comprenderse mutuamente con el fin de concretar determinado proyecto de cuidados. Sin embargo, esta aproximación está lejos de ser aprovechable para formar una pauta concreta de cara a la toma de decisiones en este campo. La hermenéutica acierta al (...)
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