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    Inducement in Research.Martin Wilkinson & Andrew Moore - 1997 - Bioethics 11 (5):373-389.
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    Inducements Revisited.Martin Wilkinson & Andrew Moore - 1999 - Bioethics 13 (2):114–130.
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    Egoism, Obligation, and Herbert Spencer.Martin Wilkinson - 1993 - Utilitas 5 (1):69.
    The moral and political thought of Herbert Spencer is usually associated with some form of evolutionism. This is unsurprising, since Spencer himself thought of his ideas as founded on evolutionary theory. But it is regrettable, because no one believes in Spencer's form of evolutionism any more, and even if they did, they would not think that it supported his views in the way that he confidently believed. And so Spencer has been largely neglected since his death. His libertarianism is thought (...)
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    The Harm Reduction Argument for Legalizing Kidney Markets.Martin Wilkinson - 2018 - Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft Und Ethik 23 (1):109-124.
    Zusammenfassung Im illegalen Nierenhandel werden Verkaufer oft uber den Tisch gezogen, sie werden genotigt, es wird ihnen angemessene medizinische Betreuung vorenthalten und sie werden uber die Gefahren und die Illegalitat der Nierenentnahme in die Irre gefuhrt. Die Empfanger bezahlen oft fur qualitativ schlechte Operationen sowie ungesunde oder unpassende Nieren. Einige Autoren argumentieren, es sei die Illegalitat, die dieses Leid und dieses Unrecht verursachen, nicht der Handel an sich. Sie argumentieren, die Legalisierung von Nierenverkaufen wurde das Leid verringern. Dieses Leidensverringerungsargument ist (...)
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    Payments to Research Subjects.Martin Wilkinson - 2005 - Monash Bioethics Review 24 (1):70-74.
    There is strong opposition in bioethics to paying research subjects. This paper, building on earlier work, gives arguments on behalf of the permissibility of payment. It develops an analogy between payment to research subjects. And payment and regulation in the labour market Few seriously oppose payment in the labour market, and the reasons to allow payment carry over to payment to research subjects. The paper then considers and rejects an alleged disanalogy, that research is special in that it involves subjects’ (...)
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