Biomedical Ethics of Organ Donation and Transplantation (1190 words)

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1000-word essay on the ethical complexity of organ donation and transplants, from particular ethical perspectives.

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In this brief discussion, I take up the ethically complex case of a five-year-old in need of an organ transplant. Part of the work I do is to show the ways in which the case is considerably more complex than it may seem at first glance. I then consider the stances of liberal individualism and communitarian ethics in evaluating the case. A critical conclusion of my paper is that it is possible for these radically opposed views to arrive at the same evaluation, even if by different paths and for different reasons. Then, later in the paper, I take up some of the problems of rights-based theories, as well as the conflict between individual autonomy and the interests of a community...
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