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TitleThe Codification of Medical Morality [electronic resource] : Historical and Philosophical Studies of the Formalization of Western Medical Morality in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Volume One: Medical Ethics and Etiquette in the Eighteenth Century / edited by Robert Baker, Dorothy Porter, Roy Porter
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1993
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-8228-5
Descript VIII, 232 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The editors have incurred many debts in preparing this book, and both etiquette and ethics would be contravened if they were not discharged here. Above all, we wish to thank the contributors for so cheerfully complying with our suggestions for preparing their papers for publication and efficiently meeting our schedules. It is thanks to their cooperation that this volume has appeared speedily and painlessly; their revisions have helped to give it internal coherence. This volume has emerged from papers delivered at a conference on the History of Medical Ethics, held at the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London, 1 December, 1989. We are most grateful to the Wellcome Trust for having underwritten the costs of the conference, and to Frieda Houser and Stephen Emberton whose organizational skills contributed so much to making it a smoothly-run and enjoyable day. In addition to the papers delivered at the conference, we are delighted to have secured further contributions from David Harley and Johanna Geyer-Kordesch. Our thanks to them for their eager help. From start to finish, we have received splendid encouragement from all those connected with the Philosophy and Medicine series, especially Professor Stuart Spicker, and Martin Scrivener at Kluwer Academic Publishers. Their enthusiasm has lightened our load, and expedited the editorial process


CONTENT

One Innocent and Honorable Bribes: Medical Manners in Eighteenth-Century Britain -- Two Ethics and Dispute Behavior in the Career of Henry Bracken of Lancaster: Surgeon, Physician and Manmidwife -- Three Plutus or Hygeia? Thomas Beddoes and the Crisis of Medical Ethics in Britain at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century -- Four Common Sense and Virtue in the Scottish Moralists -- Five Natural Law and Medical Ethics in the Eighteenth Century -- Six John Gregoryโ{128}{153}s Medical Ethics and Humean Sympathy -- Seven Thomas Percival and the Production of Medical Ethics -- Eight Deciphering Percivalโ{128}{153}s Code -- Notes on Contributors


Philosophy History Ethics Medicine -- Philosophy Medicine -- History Medical ethics Philosophy Philosophy of Medicine Ethics History of Medicine History general Theory of Medicine/Bioethics



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