Biomedical Ethics

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Can there be individuals who deserve moral consideration even though they have no moral responsibilities?

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    Yes. Medical personnel treat even the worst criminals. Everyone must be treated fairly by law.

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    Rationalism is the view that the most important component of knowledge is

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