By Claire Foster
Some of the most tricky difficulties confronting clinicians and doctors this day is the applying of moral rules to actual judgements affecting sufferers. during this even-handed e-book, Clare Foster examines the 3 major ways to ethical decision-making: goal-based, duty-based, and rights-based. She discusses the underlying philosophical arguments in the back of each one strategy, examines their relative strengths and weaknesses, and exhibits how they could really be utilized. Is it moral to test with new remedies on those who are most likely demise? How do you investigate caliber of consent? This ebook offers a radical, nonpartisan grounding in what the moral ideas are and what informs them.
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We need a duty-based deontological moral approach rather than a teleological one to assist our analysis at this stage. Duty-based deontological morality concerns itself speciWcally with the contents of an action rather than with its results. It considers actions in the light of explicit moral principles, which have to be identiWed and adhered to. In the context of research, some research which is aimed at highly desirable outcomes, involving signiWcant steps forward in medical knowledge, may nevertheless be wrong according to a duty-based deontological approach because of what the research involves.
Thorogood, 1996) Qualitative research Qualitative research takes an interpretative approach to subject matter, studying things in their natural settings and attempting to make sense of or interpret phenomena in terms of the meanings that people bring to them. Qualitative research recognizes that there are many diVerent ways of making sense of the world, and it is, therefore, concerned with discovering the meanings seen by the researched, rather than imposing the interpretation of the researchers (Jones, 1995).
There were no gradations of importance for diVerent people. Utilitarianism is appealing: it requires no religious faith, no explicit moral code, no general agreement of what rules must be obeyed, and only one law of nature to accept, which is that everyone wants to experience pleasure and avoid pain. Utilitarianism has been called a minimum commitment morality, for to adopt it we need learn no detailed and demanding moral teaching. We must want to act responsibly, but that is all. In an age of secular rationalism, utilitarianism provides a common morality which does not ask us to acknowledge God.