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    Defending moral precaution as a solution to the problem of other minds: A reply to Holm and Coggon.Deryck Beyleveld & Shaun D. Pattinson - 2010 - Ratio Juris 23 (2):258-273.
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  2. The past, present and future of ethical rationalism.Patrick Capps & Shaun D. Pattinson - 2017 - In Patrick Capps & Shaun D. Pattinson (eds.), Ethical rationalism and the law. Hart Publishing.
     
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  3. Consent and informational responsibility.Shaun D. Pattinson - 2009 - Journal of Medical Ethics 35 (3):176-179.
    The notion of “consent” is frequently referred to as “informed consent” to emphasise the informational component of a valid consent. This article considers aspects of that informational component. One misuse of the language of informed consent is highlighted. Attention is then directed to some features of the situation in which consent would not have been offered had certain information been disclosed. It is argued that whether or not such consent is treated as sufficiently informed must, from a moral point of (...)
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    Moral Interests, Privacy, and Medical Research.Deryck Beyleveld & Shaun D. Pattinson - 2008 - In Michael Boylan (ed.), International Public Health Policy & Ethics. Dordrecht. pp. 45--57.
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  5. Moral Interests, Privacy, and Medical Research.Deryck Beyleveld & Shaun D. Pattinson - 2023 - In Michael Boylan (ed.), International Public Health Policy and Ethics. Springer Verlag. pp. 61-73.
    This chapter examines the relationship between the values of researchResearch and privacy in the context of medical research on patient data. An analytical framework is developed by interpreting the conception of privacyPrivacy advanced in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human RightsHuman rights by reference to the Principle of Generic ConsistencyPrinciple of Generic Consistency, seminally argued to be the supreme principle of moralityMoralityby Alan GewirthAlan Gewirth. This framework is used to uncloak the inequity of positions uncompromisingly prioritising research values (...)
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    Ethical rationalism and the law.Patrick Capps & Shaun D. Pattinson (eds.) - 2017 - Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing.
    What role does reason play in determining what, if anything, is morally right? What role does morality play in law? Perhaps the most controversial answer to these fundamental questions is that reason supports a supreme principle of both morality and legality. The contributors to this book cast a fresh critical eye over the coherence of modern approaches to ethical rationalism within law, and reflect on the intellectual history on which it builds. The contributors then take the debate beyond the traditional (...)
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  7. Advance refusals and the personal identity objection.Shaun D. Pattinson - 2017 - In Patrick Capps & Shaun D. Pattinson (eds.), Ethical rationalism and the law. Hart Publishing.
     
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    Revisiting Landmark Cases in Medical Law.Shaun D. Pattinson - 2018 - Routledge.
    Is it lawful for a doctor to give a patient life-shortening pain relief? Can treatment be lawfully provided to a child under 16 on the basis of her consent alone? Is it lawful to remove food and water provided by tube to a patient in a vegetative state? Is a woman's refusal of a caesarean section recommended for the benefit of the fetus legally decisive? These questions were central to the four focal cases revisited in this book. This book revisits (...)
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    Variations and voids: the regulation of human cloning around the world. [REVIEW]Shaun D. Pattinson & Timothy Caulfield - 2004 - BMC Medical Ethics 5 (1):1-8.
    Background No two countries have adopted identical regulatory measures on cloning. Understanding the complexity of these regulatory variations is essential. It highlights the challenges associated with the regulation of a controversial and rapidly evolving area of science and sheds light on a regulatory framework that can accommodate this reality. Methods Using the most reliable information available, we have performed a survey of the regulatory position of thirty countries around the world regarding the creation and use of cloned embryos (see Table (...)
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