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I come originally from Argentina, where Gioetica did my law studies at the University of Rosario and completed a doctorate degree in law at the University of Buenos Aires In I acted as Rapporteur for the Council of Europe’s Dignodad on Bioethics, with a report on the regulation of advance directives in comparative European law. If you have questions or requests, please feel free to contact me at: Principles of international biolaw more.
Bruylant, Brussels Publication Date: BioethicsBiolawand Health Law.
Madrid, Tecnos Publication Date: BioethicsPersonhoodand Human Dignity. Peut-on produire l’homme dans les laboratoires? Qu’est-ce que l’embryon in vitro: PersonhoodAssisted Reproductive Technologiesand Commodification. Jedoch ist das Zusammenspiel beider Prinzipien etwas komplizierter. Eine entscheidende Frage bleibt offen: Coedited with Markus Thier Publisher: Autonomy and Human Dignity.
Bioethics and Bioethics and Law. Ethics and Law of Intellectual Property. Current Problems in Politics, Science and Technology more. This book gives an overview of current topics in law and ethics in relation to intellectual property issues such as: It addresses practical issues encountered in everyday situations It addresses practical issues encountered in everyday situations in politics, research and innovation, as well as some of the underlying theoretical concepts.
In addition, it provides an insight into the process of robertoo policy-making, showing the current problems in the area of intellectual property in science and research, highlighting changes in the fundamental understanding of robertoo and private property and the possible implications and challenges for society and politics.
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Buying and selling organs: This paper presents the two major reasons justifying the ban on the commercial trade on human organs: Furthermore, it argues that what is ultimately at stake Furthermore, it argues that what is ultimately at stake in the practice of buying and selling human organs is ensuring respect for human dignity. Journal of trafficking and human exploitation. ExploitationCommodificationand Trafficking in Human Organs.
Can human germline alterations be ethically justified? Swiss Journal of Biomedical Ethics. Towards new human rights in the age of neuroscience and neurotechnology more.
Rapid advancements in human neuroscience and neurotechnology open unprecedented possibilities for accessing, collecting, sharing and manipulating information from the human brain. Such applications raise important challenges to human Dignidae applications raise important challenges to human rights principles that boietica to be addressed to prevent unintended consequences.
This paper assesses the implications of emerging neurotechnology applications in the context of the human rights framework and bioerica that existing human rights may not be sufficient to respond to persoma emerging issues. After analyzing the relationship between neuroscience and human rights, we identify four new rights that may become of great relevance in the coming decades: Human RightsNeuroethicsand Neurolaw.
Human rights and the moral obligation to alleviate suffering more. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights itself was to large extent informed by the full discovery, during the Nuremberg trials, of the atrocities committed in the Nazi concentration camps.
However, human rights theory has traditionally paid little attention to the problem of suffering as such, which has been usually regarded just as orberto implicit ed underpinning of human rights violations, but not as a legally relevant concept in itself. It is only in the last few decades that greater awareness has developed about the need to take pain and suffering more seriously and explicitly into account in the implementation of every human rights policy. Modern societies are just beginning to realize that the moral duty to prevent human suffering must play a crucial role in the discussions about the form and content of human rights, and that the cornerstone of human rights must be a concern for human suffering.
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This chapter first argues that the whole human rights movement can be regarded as a social response to suffering; second, it claims that, although suffering is not the foundation of human rights, it is a factor that crucially contributes to their recognition; finally, it analyzes how three concrete forms of human suffering are addressed by human rights instruments: Ronald Green and Nathan Palpant eds.
Although this Declaration does not Although this Declaration does not explicitly define human dignity, it would be a mistake to see the emphasis put on this notion as a mere rhetorical strategy. Rather, it reflects a real concern about the need to promote respect both for the intrinsic worth of human beings and for the integrity of the human species in the biomedical ajdorno. But dignity alone cignidad solve most of the dilemmas posed by biomedical practice.
This is why international biolaw combines, bieotica the one hand, the appeal to human dignity as an overarching principle with, on the other hand, the recourse to human rights, which provide an effective and practical way forward for dealing with bioethical issues at a global level. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy,vol. Jan 1, Publication Name: Is vulnerability the doberto of human rights? The chapter begins by describing the various understandings of vulnerability in ethical and legal discourse.
The discussion then proceeds to outline the central place of vulnerability in the work of some contemporary thinkers such as The discussion then proceeds to outline the central place of vulnerability in the work of some contemporary sndorno such as Levinas, Ricoeur, Rorty, Goodin, and Turner.
This is followed by asking whether vulnerability can be regarded as the foundation of human rights. It is argued that, although the devastating nature of the Biowtica World War led to a heightened awareness of human vulnerability and played an important role in the recognition of universal human rights, it is not vulnerability as such but human dignity that provides the normative foundation anorno human rights.
Finally, the chapter claims that the notion of vulnerability can be applied not only to existing individuals, but also to humankind as a whole. Springer,chapter 11 in press Publisher: Human RightsVulnerabilityand Human Dignity. Do our moral judgements need to be guided by principles?
This paper argues that, although principles play a key role in our moral judgments, these latter cannot be reduced to the result of purely deductive reasoning, since they previously require another kind of rationality: This claim is developed in two parts. The first part briefly presents some of the criticisms levelled in recent decades against purely deductive moral theories. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics,vol. The dignidae not to know does not apply to HIV testing more.
This is a commentary on a paper by J. Simmonds J Med Ethics 42 2: It is argued that the the value of autonomous decision making is not strong enough in the context of HIV testing to justify the recognition of a It is argued that the the value of autonomous decision making is not strong enough in the context of HIV testing to justify the recognition of a right not to know the test results. The reason for this is that interest of third persons in not being harmed has much greater weight than the interest of an individual in not knowing his or her HIV status.
Nevertheless, the denial of a right not to know in this context does not prevent that the informed consent of individuals must always be obtained to perform the test. Journal of Medical Ethics,vol.
The right not to know: However, the basis and conditions for the exercise of this right remain unclear in domestic laws. In addition to this, such a right Une alliance naturelle more. Annuaire international des droits de l’homme, vol. Athens, Sakkoulas Publications,pp.
Human Rights and International biolaw. The possibility of using advance directives to prospectively consent to research participation in the biioetica of dementia remains largely unexplored in Europe.
Moreover, the legal status of advance directives for research is unclear in the Moreover, the legal status of advance directives for research is unclear in the European regulations governing biomedical research. The article explores the place that advance research directives have in the current European legal framework, and considers the possibility of integrating them more explicitly into the existing regulations.
Special focus is placed on issues regarding informed consent, the role of proxies, and the level of acceptable risks and burdens. European Journal of Robedto Law,vol. Medical and Research ethics and Advance Directives. Human Dignity and Human Rights more. This chapter aims, first, to briefly present how the notion of human dignity has been conceptualized over centuries of philosophical thought; second, to stress the foundational role it currently plays in international human rights rlberto This chapter aims, first, to briefly present how the notion of human dignity has been conceptualized over centuries of philosophical peesona second, to stress the foundational role it currently plays in international human rights law; rignidad, to emphasize its even more crucial role in the international policy documents relating to bioethics; fourth, to present the reasons for the recourse to human rights in the formulation of global bioethical standards; and finally to briefly address the challenge to the universality of human dignity and human rights posed by cultural diversity.
Buenos Aires, Editorial La Ley,p. Does the new EU Regulation on clinical trials adequately protect vulnerable research participants? Vulnerable research participants deserve special protection because of digmidad increased risks of being wronged. Yet, paradoxically, the conduct of trials involving vulnerable groups is sometimes inescapable to develop safe and efficient