Straw men with broken legs: a response to Per Sundstrom

Journal of Medical Ethics 21 (2):89-90 (1995)
Per Sundström has totally misunderstood what I was trying to do when, in the context of my debate with some German opponents of my views, I referred to their views as implying that if we break a leg, we should not try to get it mended. My brief response corrects this misunderstanding
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