Health Sciences 2610F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Noble Lie, Scott Storch, Group Action

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Mill: we should never interfere with a person"s freedom except in 3 situations: he/she doesn"t know or understand what"s happening, he/she is going to harm you, he/she is going to harm another person. Can be limited by internal and external forces. Autonomy is not automatic you must demonstrate the ability to self-rule. Society sets standards and limits by saying what is poor or reasonable self-rule o. You being who you truly are, freed from external and internal constraints. Often an issue with pregnant women: moral reflection. Autonomy involves being able to clearly articulate your values. Respect for autonomy: we can"t respect a patient"s autonomy by simply not breaking any rules. Suggests a virtuous commitment to support the patient"s autonomy to advocate for it. If we have the right to self-determination in medical matters and we are free to choose whatever option we want for ourselves, then it is logical that we should: o o o.

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