Death or Disability: The Carmentis Machine and Decision-Making for Critically Ill Children by Dominic Wilkinson

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Dominic Wilkinson, a neonatal physician and medical ethicist, has written a searching, moving, and philosophically sophisticated book about the ethics of life and death decision making in the neonatal intensive care unit. Although I will devote much of this review to criticism, I want to say at the outset that Death or Disability represents interdisciplinary work at its very best. Wilkinson’s exposition is both rich in detail and uncompromising in its ethical analysis. He spares the reader none of the clinical, psychological, and moral complexities and uncertainties of the decisions made daily in the neonatal intensive care unit.I especially recommend this book to moral philosophers and practical ethicists...
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DOI 10.1353/ken.2017.0007
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