Is the intention relevant to whether an act is morally right or wrong in medical practice?

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Title

Is the intention relevant to whether an act is morally right or wrong in medical practice?

Author

Aksoy, Sahin

Publisher

1999/10/00

Language

English

Publication Date

19991000

Primary Classification

4.1.2

Secondary Classification

4.1.2; 1.1

Primary keywords

ethical analysis--[pri];ethical theory--[pri];intention--[pri];philosophy--[pri]

Secondary keywords

case studies;deontological ethics;double effect;Islamic ethics;killing;moral obligations;motivation;pre-modern Muslim religious scholars;sunna;teleological ethics;virtues;withholding treatment

Subject

al-Ghazali;Rachels, James

Journal Article

Bulletin of Medical Ethics 1999 October; (151): 21-24

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

16 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Is the intention relevant to whether an act is morally right or wrong in medical practice?,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed January 24, 2020, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34880.