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Wenqing Zhao
Whitman College
Ruiping Fan
City University of Hong Kong
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In recent years, Confucian ethics has been considered as an alternative to the individual-oriented model of medical decision-making that is dominating in the modern West
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ISBN(s) 978-3-319-12119-2   3319121197   9783319121192   3319354256
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-12120-8
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