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    Indexing Burdens and Benefits of Treatment to Age: Revisiting Paul Ramsey’s “Medical Indications” Policy.Matthew Lee Anderson - 2021 - Christian Bioethics 27 (2):183-202.
    This essay reconsiders Paul Ramsey’s “medical indications” policy and argues that his reconstruction of the case of Joseph Saikewicz demonstrates that there is more room for caretakers to decline treatments for “voiceless dependents” than his interlocutors have sometimes thought. It furthermore draws on Ramsey’s earlier work to propose ways that Ramsey might have improved his policy, and argues that the shortcomings of Ramsey’s view arise from his bracketing of age in making determinations about what form of medical care is owed. (...)
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    What the State Owes ‘Bastards’: A Modest Critique of Modest One‐Child Policies.Matthew Lee Anderson - 2020 - Journal of Applied Philosophy 37 (3):393-407.
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    (When) Is There a Christian Responsibility to Gossip?Matthew Lee Anderson - forthcoming - Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics.
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    Is Religious Liberty Under Threat? An Introduction to the Symposium.Matthew Lee Anderson - 2020 - Studies in Christian Ethics 33 (2):141-146.
    This introduction surveys the contributions to this issue, which were originally delivered at Oxford University in 2018. By exploring the interconnections and shared motifs, this article suggests that the answer to this symposium is a tentative ‘yes’, but that the sources of those threats arise from the background culture within which these papers are situated.
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