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    Autonomia pacjenta.Seweryn Szatkowski - 1998 - Etyka 31:169-180.
    Autonomy is almost certainly the most important value “discovered” in bioethics after its birth in 1960s. It is sometimes said that autonomy is a specific kind of freedom – one that can be enjoyed only by rational beings; the most difficult problem connected with its definition is that we can easily define this notion in such a way that autonomy could not be treated as a kind of freedom at all. Among other possibilities, especially interesting definition of autonomy refers not (...)
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    Zasada nieszkodzenia w etyce medycyny.Seweryn Szatkowski - 1996 - Etyka 29:155-169.
    There are some reasons to treat the principle of beneficence and the principle of nonmaleficence as separates. One of these reasons is, that they may sometimes stay in opposition. Then the question arises: to which of the two priority should be given. To resolve this in the area of medical ethics, a definition of the principle of nonmaleficence, considering its meaning and importance, seems to be necessary.
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    Zasada życzliwości w medycynie.Seweryn Szatkowski - 1994 - Etyka 27:103-117.
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