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Rethinking Medical Ethics - Concepts and Principles

In this unique study, Jean-Pierre Clero examines medical ethics from a philosophical perspective. Based on the thoughts of great philosophers, he develops a theory of medical ethics that focuses on the values of intimacy. Les mer
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In this unique study, Jean-Pierre Clero examines medical ethics from a philosophical perspective. Based on the thoughts of great philosophers, he develops a theory of medical ethics that focuses on the values of intimacy.

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Jean-Pierre Clero is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Rouen (France). Holder of the Agregation de philosophie, of a Thesis about La philosophie des passions chez David Hume and of an HDR that was the first fragment of a philosophy of fictions. First Junior Lecturer to Nanterre (Paris X), he became Maitre de Conferences, then Professor at the University of Rouen. He usually teaches the utilitarian ethics at Sciences Po, Paris. He is a member of many Espaces ethiques (CHU of Rouen, CHR of Le Rouvray, CHU of Saint Germain en Laye). In Paris, he works with two Researchers in Ethics of Medicine (Prof. Christian Herve and Prof. Emmanuel Hirsch). He is member of many reading committees (Revue de Synthese, Cites, Essaim). Interested in psychoanalysis, he has written several books on Lacan.