A modified first-come, first-served approach is the fairest way to allocate organs for transplant.
Cohen & Benjamin
Alcoholics should not be categorically excluded from consideration for liver transplantation
We can reverse the organ shortage by ranking organ recovery over individual autonomy.
Medicine should be used to extend the lives of the young and improve the quality of life for the old.
Different view of medicine. Epileptics revered. Western medicine mistrusted.
NOT ethical relativism; respect for cultural diversity requires humility, flexibility, etc.
Therapy, but no enhancement—morally precarious.
Enhancements deeply problematic b/c denies “openness to the unbidden”
Enhancement is not deeply problematic. Minor issues of allocation, safety, & shortsightedness.
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