5 edition of Autonomy in the law found in the catalog.
Autonomy in the law
|Statement||edited by Mortimer Sellers.|
|Series||Ius gentium -- v. 1, Ius gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands) -- v. 1.|
|Contributions||Sellers, M. N. S., University of Baltimore. Center for International and Comparative Law.|
|LC Classifications||K487.L5 A98 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 179 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||179|
|ISBN 10||9781402082849, 9781402064890, 9781402064906|
|LC Control Number||2008920072|
Autonomy, consent and the law By McLean Sheila. Routledge Cavendish, London pp. £ Autonomy is the most frequently used word in medical ethics. It is the first quoted term in those who adopt or teach an approach to medical ethics based on the ‘Georgetown mantra’ of autonomy. This collection of original essays from distinguished legal philosophers offers a challenging assessment of the nature and viability of legal positivism, an approach to legal theory that continues to dominate contemporary legal theoretical debates. To what extent is the law adequatelydescribed as autonomous? Should legal theorists maintain a conceptual separation of law and morality?4/5(1).
The Autonomy of Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This collection of original papers from distinguished legal theorists /5(4). autonomy should play such an important role in other societies, especially those with more cohesive and widely accepted traditions. I would argue that patient autonomy is much more than just an idiosyncratic American (or Western) cultural trend. The moral force of patient autonomy, far from being a .
Stefano Bacin and Oliver Sensen, the editors of this book, briefly outline Kant's account of autonomy in three claims. First, our own reason gives the content of the moral law. It is not something outside of us, whether God's will or custom, or something heteronomous inside us, such as a moral sense or a feeling of pleasure, that determines the content of the moral law. Although Plaxton explores Canadian law only, the legal and moral concepts and opinions in this book apply to similar statutes in the U.S. and other Western countries. Through his comprehensive analysis, Plaxton offers compelling support for the inclusion of the (problematic) doctrine of implied consent.
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Autonomy is the most frequently used word in medical ethics. It is the first quoted term in those who adopt or teach an approach to medical ethics based on the ‘Georgetown mantra’ of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice popularised by Beauchamp and Childress.
1 It is frequently contrasted with paternalism, generally thought of as a thoroughly bad by: 2. Two of the more appealing essays for me were discussions on the importance of legal positivism in today's courtrooms contrasted with its importance in yesterday's law journals, and the related (though different) Autonomy Thesis of law: which is examined with regards to its worth in framing the concept and function of by: Law protects the autonomy of individuals and associations by defending the boundaries of their own self-rule.
This book illuminates the fundamental purpose of law by examining how European and American lawyers, judges and citizens do and should apply legal autonomy to the practical circumstances of litigation, legislation and the law.
Autonomy is often said to be the dominant ethical principle in modern bioethics, and it is also important in law. Respect for autonomy is said to underpin the law of consent, which is theoretically designed to protect the right of patients to make decisions Cited by: ‘ The Right of Autonomy in Irish Law ’ () 14 Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland 34 Taylor, J.
S., ‘ Autonomy and Informed Consent: A Much Misunderstood Relationship ’ () 38 The Journal of Value Inquiry Author: Mary Donnelly. Autonomy is often said to be the dominant ethical principle in modern bioethics, and it is also important in law.
Respect for autonomy is said to underpin the law of consent, which is theoretically designed to protect the right of patients to make decisions based on their own values and for their own Autonomy in the law book.
The notion that consent underpins beneficent and lawful medical intervention is. Autonomy, Consent and the Law. DOI link for Autonomy, Consent and the Law.
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By Sheila A.M. McLean. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 10 September Pub. location London Author: Sheila A.M. McLean. DOI link for Autonomy, Consent and the Law. Autonomy, Consent and the Law book.
Autonomy, Consent and the Law. DOI link for Autonomy, Consent and the Law. Autonomy, Consent and the Law book. By Sheila A.M. McLean. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Author: Sheila A.M. McLean. To what extent is labor law an autonomous field of study. This book is based upon papers written by a group of leading international scholars, delivered at a conference to observe Professor Mark Freedland's retirement from his teaching fellowship in Oxford.
The chapters explore the boundaries and connections between labor law and other legal. Autonomy is the story of the maverick engineers and computer nerds who are creating the revolution. Longtime advisor to the Google Self-Driving Car team and former GM research and development chief Lawrence D.
Burns provides the perfectly-timed history of how we arrived at this point, in a character-driven and heavily reported account of the Reviews: By juxtaposing European and American concepts of autonomy in the law as they are applied to families, capital punishment and criminal trials, authors reveal the common values that justify all legal systems.
This book sheds new light on the fundamental purpose of law by examining how European and American lawyers, judges, and citizens actually apply and should apply legal autonomy to litigation Cited by: 2. Buy Autonomy, Consent and the Law (Biomedical Law and Ethics Library) 1 by McLean, Sheila A.M.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sheila A.M. McLean. ] AUTONOMY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW to autonomy and the incremental effect such claims will have upon the international legal order make the concept of autonomy ripe for review.9 In an effort to ascertain just what has been considered over the years to constitute autonomy, the authors initially undertook 22 case studies of.
Autonomy arrangements have gradually become more numerous, & different developments in respect of autonomy can be discerned in the fields of international & domestic law. The patterns of autonomy are quite disparate, but because various fields of law treat autonomy in different ways, it is fruitful to inquire into the applications of autonomy & to ask what autonomy as such s: 1.
Foreword Preface A Child-Friendly Summary Acknowledgments Introduction: Children, Autonomy and the Courts: Beyond the Right to be Heard 1 The Argument in Favour of Prioritising Children’s Autonomy in Best Interest Proceedings 2 The Problem with Best Interest Proceedings 3 Introducing the Children’s Autonomy Principle 4 The Aim of this Book: Embedding Children’s Autonomy in Official.
This book explores the importance of autonomy in family law. It argues that traditional understandings of autonomy are inappropriate in the family law context and instead recommends the use of relational autonomy.
The book starts by explaining how autonomy has historically been understood, before exploring the problems with its use in family law. This might also have allowed the three-part framework to play a more active role throughout the book as a foundation on which contributors could build or as a basis for critique.
The excellent discussions in The Autonomy of Labour Law could also have been enhanced by an exploration of how attempts to pursue the autonomy of labour law have fared.
The Hong Kong Autonomy Act is legislation passed by the United States Congress following the enactment in June by the Chinese Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of the Hong Kong national security law. The Act was signed into law by US President Donald Trump on 14 Julyand imposes sanctions on officials and entities in Hong Kong as well as in mainland China that.
Autonomy, in Western ethics and political philosophy, the state or condition of self-governance, or leading one’s life according to reasons, values, or desires that are authentically one’s gh autonomy is an ancient notion (the term is derived from the ancient Greek words autos, meaning “self,” and nomos, meaning “rule”), the most-influential conceptions of autonomy are.
Autonomy In The Law by Mortimer Sellers, Autonomy In The Law Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Autonomy In The Law books, By juxtaposing European and American concepts of autonomy in the law as they are applied to families, capital punishment and criminal trials, authors reveal the common values that justify all legal systems.
With the Enlightenment, the principle of autonomy came to be associated with individuals as well as states and respect for autonomy now provides the philosophical underpinning for much of bioethics and law. While this book is concerned with autonomy in the relatively limited sphere of decisions about treatment, the status to be accorded to Author: Mary Donnelly.Get this from a library!
Autonomy in the law. [M N S Sellers; University of Baltimore. Center for International and Comparative Law.;] -- "Autonomy in the Law considers one of the most important benefits of the rule of law.
Juxtaposing European and American conceptions of autonomy in the law of families, capital punishment and.According to the personhood account, human rights are protections of our normative agency.
Normative agency has stages. The first stage is autonomy, which consists in our assessing options and thereby forming a conception of a worthwhile life. To form and then to pursue that conception, we need various kinds of support: life itself of course, a certain level of health, certain physical and.