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    Life History, Sin, and Disease.Ulrich Eibach - 2006 - Christian Bioethics 12 (2):117-131.
    On the basis of experiences in pastoral hospital care, the relationship between disease, sin, and guilt in the life of patients is explored. Against the disregard of this subject in medicine, and even in most of pastoral care, it is argued that patients' interest requires that their hidden or manifest questions be addressed, rather than their being exposed to efforts at “helping” through mere attempts at “debt clearance.” Only by openly confronting sin and guilt can the patient be taken seriously (...)
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    Life History, Sin, and Disease.Ulrich Eibach - 2006 - Christian Bioethics 12 (2):117-131.
    On the basis of experiences in pastoral hospital care, the relationship between disease, sin, and guilt in the life of patients is explored. Against the disregard of this subject in medicine, and even in most of pastoral care, it is argued that patients' interest requires that their hidden or manifest questions be addressed, rather than their being exposed to efforts at “helping” through mere attempts at “debt clearance.” Only by openly confronting sin and guilt can the patient be taken seriously (...)
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    Was eines Lebens Wert und Würde ist: Gesundheitsideale, Medizintechnik und Fragen der Ethik.Christofer Frey & Ulrich Eibach - 1996 - Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 40 (1):128-134.
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    ""Limitations of Financing the Health Care Services and Care for Chronically Ill Persons-Social, Ethical, Christian Aspects of Dividein Up the Funds Available and a Discussion on the" Quality of Life" of the Chronically Ill and the Handicapped.Ulrich Eibach - 2001 - Ethik in der Medizin 13:61-75.
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    Fiktion Patientenautonomie?: Empirisch-kritische Betrachtungen eines philosophisch-juristischen Postulats.Ulrich Eibach - 2002 - Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 46 (1):109-123.
    Surveys ofpatients show that in crisis situations decisions about their life are primarily left to physicians and relatives. Only few actually have drawn or wish to draw up a living will, and that the trust in physicians and relatives is rnuch more irnportant to thern than any autonomaus self-deterrnination about their life and the type of their treatrnent. So the author points out that a renaissance of an ethics of care is needed, which places the well-being of the ill and (...)
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    Gesundheit und Krankheit.Ulrich Eibach - 1978 - Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 22 (1):162-180.
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    Sterbehilfe- Tötung auf Verlangen?: Theologische und ethische Gesichtspunkte.Ulrich Eibach - 1988 - Zeitschrift Für Evangelische Ethik 32 (1):220-229.
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    Grenzen der Finanzierbarkeit des Gesundheitswesens Und Die Sorge Für Chronisch Kranke Menschen – Sozialethische, Christliche Aspekte der Verteilung der Mittel Im Gesundheitswesen Und Die Diskussion Über den „Lebenswert” Chronisch Kranker Und Schwerstpflegebedürftiger Menschen.Ulrich Eibach - 2001 - Ethik in der Medizin 13 (1-2):61-75.
    Definition of the problem: Advances in medical technology resulting in an explosion of therapies available, considered within the context of the current demographic development, raise the question as to whether these advances can be made available to all in an equitable manner. Arguments: The following suggestions are being made in the discussion of how the costs can be held in check: (1) the prevention of expensive procedures being introduced into medical practice, (2) a far-reaching shifting of financing the health care (...)
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  9. Im Labyrinth der Ethik: Glauben-Handeln-Pluralismus.Günter Bader, Ulrich Eibach, Hartmut Kress & Martin Honecker (eds.) - 2004 - Cmz.
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