Bioethics as Science Fiction

Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 21 (2):235-246 (2012)
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There must be few philosophical projects more serious than Jürgen Habermas’s lifelong effort to realize the lofty universalist ambitions of the Enlightenment in his communicative theory of rational discourse and deliberative democracy.



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