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4. Tuija Takala, “What Is Wrong with Global Bioethics? On the Limitations of the Four Principles Approach,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 10 (2001), pp. 72–77. 5. V. R. Potter, “Bioethics: The Science of Survival,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 14 (1970), pp. 127–153; W. T. Reich, “The Word ‘Bioethics’: its Birth and the Legacies of Those Who Shaped It,” Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 4 (1994), pp. 319–35; W. T. Reich, “The Word ‘Bioethics’: The Struggle Over its Earliest Meanings,” Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 5 (1995), pp.
In conclusion, the approaches described here as professional, organizational, and applied ethics all have serious shortcomings. They are all limited in the scope of their subject-areas. Professional ethics is concerned with the ethical problems of certain professions and organizational ethics with those of certain organizations. Applied ethics has seldom broken new ground, but instead limited its interest to the areas previously opened up by professional ethics. Both professional and organizational ethics typically have an atheoretical approach that limits their capacity for innovativeness.
This is because of two reasons. First, liberalism, as defined above, seems to entail that at least some—not all but some—crucial decisions should be taken according to the choices of individuals, regardless of other considerations. Liberalism, in bioethics as elsewhere, is committed to the existence of individual rights, and to holding that these rights hold irrespective of the consequences. Utilitarianism, in contrast, is committed to the view that there are no absolute rights, and that the general welfare should overrule individual wishes and choices.
Cutting Through the Surface: Philosophical Approaches to Bioethics (Value Inquiry Book Series. Values in Bioethics, 211) by Tuija Takala, Peter Herissone-Kelly, Soren Holm