A method of ETHICAL ANALYSIS that emphasizes practical problem solving through examining individual cases that are considered to be representative; sometimes used to denote specious argument or rationalization. Differentiate from casuistics, which is the recording and study of cases and disease.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Standards of conduct that distinguish right from wrong.
Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.
A philosophically coherent set of propositions (for example, utilitarianism) which attempts to provide general norms for the guidance and evaluation of moral conduct. (from Beauchamp and Childress, Principles of Biomedical Ethics, 4th ed)
The science or philosophy of law. Also, the application of the principles of law and justice to health and medicine.

Methods and principles in biomedical ethics. (1/5)

The four principles approach to medical ethics plus specification is used in this paper. Specification is defined as a process of reducing the indeterminateness of general norms to give them increased action guiding capacity, while retaining the moral commitments in the original norm. Since questions of method are central to the symposium, the paper begins with four observations about method in moral reasoning and case analysis. Three of the four scenarios are dealt with. It is concluded in the "standard" Jehovah's Witness case that having autonomously chosen the authority of his religious institution, a Jehovah's Witness has a reasonable basis on which to refuse a recommended blood transfusion. The author's view of the child of a Jehovah's Witness scenario is that it is morally required-not merely permitted-to overrule this parental refusal of treatment. It is argued in the selling kidneys for transplantation scenario that a fair system of regulating and monitoring would be better than the present system which the author believes to be a shameful failure.  (+info)

Statistical association criteria in forensic psychiatry-a criminological evaluation of casuistry. (2/5)

PURPOSE: Identification of potential shared primary psychoprophylaxis and crime prevention is measured by analyzing the rate of commitments for patients-subjects to forensic examination. MATERIAL AND METHOD: The statistic trial is a retrospective, document-based study. The statistical lot consists of 770 initial examination reports performed and completed during the whole year 2007, primarily analyzed in order to summarize the data within the National Institute of Forensic Medicine, Bucharest, Romania (INML), with one of the group variables being 'particularities of the psychiatric patient history', containing the items 'forensic onset', 'commitments within the last year prior to the examination' and 'absence of commitments within the last year prior to the examination'. The method used was the Kendall bivariate correlation. For this study, the authors separately analyze only the two items regarding commitments by other correlation alternatives and by modern, elaborate statistical analyses, i.e. recording of the standard case study variables, Kendall bivariate correlation, cross tabulation, factor analysis and hierarchical cluster analysis. RESULTS: The results are varied, from theoretically presumed clinical nosography (such as schizophrenia or manic depression), to non-presumed (conduct disorders) or unexpected behavioral acts, and therefore difficult to interpret. CONCLUSIONS: One took into consideration the features of the batch as well as the results of the previous standard correlation of the whole statistical lot. The authors emphasize the role of medical security measures that are actually applied in the therapeutic management in general and in risk and second offence management in particular, as well as the role of forensic psychiatric examinations in the detection of certain aspects related to the monitoring of mental patients.  (+info)

Use of the vascularized iliac-crest flap in musculoskeletal lesions. (3/5)

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Doctors' stories, patients' stories: a narrative approach to teaching medical ethics. (4/5)

Many senior doctors have had little in the way of formal ethics training, but express considerable interest in extending their education in this area. This paper is the report of an initiative in continuing medical education in which doctors were introduced to narrative ethics. We review the theoretical basis of narrative ethics, and the structure of and response to the two-day workshop.  (+info)

An anthropological exploration of contemporary bioethics: the varieties of common sense. (5/5)

Patients and physicians can inhabit distinctive social worlds where they are guided by diverse understandings of moral practice. Despite the contemporary presence of multiple moral traditions, religious communities and ethnic backgrounds, two of the major methodological approaches in bioethics, casuistry and principlism, rely upon the notion of a common morality. However, the heterogeneity of ethnic, moral, and religious traditions raises questions concerning the singularity of common sense. Indeed, it might be more appropriate to consider plural traditions of moral reasoning. This poses a considerable challenge for bioethicists because the existence of plural moral traditions can lead to difficulties regarding "closure" in moral reasoning. The topics of truth-telling, informed consent, euthanasia, and brain death and organ transplantation reveal the presence of different understandings of common sense. With regard to these subjects, plural accounts of "common sense" moral reasoning exist.  (+info)

Casuistry (/ˈkæʒuɪstri/) is a method in applied ethics and jurisprudence, often characterised as a critique of principle- or rule-based reasoning. The word casuistry is derived from the Latin casus (meaning case). Casuistry is reasoning used to resolve moral problems by extracting or extending theoretical rules from particular instances and applying these rules to new instances. The term is also commonly used as a pejorative to criticize the use of clever but unsound reasoning (alleging implicitly the inconsistent-or outright specious-application of rule to instance), especially in relation to moral questions (see sophistry). The agreed meaning of casuistry is in flux. The term can be used either to describe a presumably acceptable form of reasoning or a form of reasoning that is inherently unsound and deceptive. Most or all philosophical dictionaries list the neutral sense as the first or only definition. On the other hand, the Oxford English Dictionary states that the word [o]ften ...
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Perceptions of authoritarian injustice or of anarchical laxity are just as harmful to the integrity of the justice system as actual impropriety. Casuistry offers clear, definable paradigmatic limits to the free exercise right, and places the burden of proof on both the state and the religious adherent. This book proposes that a casuistical free exercise analysis, while not perfect, protects the courts integrity by offering a fairer and more just process for resolving the conflict of principles that lies at the heart of free exercise cases. To those who would reject casuistry as a new element without precedent, and as an arbitrary choice without any foundation or authority, the book notes that casuistry is quintessentially the process used in common law decision making, and actually has been used in deciding a significant number of major free exercise cases by the U.S. Supreme Court. What casuistry requires of the courts is a searching scrutiny with discernment and a willingness to
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However, it is Baldwins pentultimate comment that draws ONeils fire. Baldwins desire to remove the offending faculty is starkly uncollegial (p. 46). In ascending order of seriousness, there are a number of problems with ONeils analysis. First, Baldwin was not literally calling for their removal any more than he was planning to buy feathers and warm up a vat of tar. Second, Robyn Wiegman claimed that tarring and feathering was the language of lynching (something that she and the rest of the group must have known was untrue), implying that Baldwin was a racist. As Johnson remarked, this is hardly collegial. At least Baldwins essay was based in what the Group of 88 and its allies had actually done. Third, members of the Group of 88 met with President Broadhead and asked him to fire Baldwin, literally to remove him from the academy. ONeil does not even mention the latter two points, which seem far more uncollegial. It was Baldwin who defused the situation (with the encouragement of the ...
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Nice post. But I have to disagree on the statement ((Im sure intelligence has some sort of relation to common sense, as well as experience. Sure, if youre dumb as dirt, you could be expected to make dumb decisions. Although some very smart people seem to lack common sense.)) In order to be intelligent you have to have more knowledge than the average person. But the question is how exactly does knowledge or intelligence effect common sense? Does it? I dont think one can expect another to make dumb decisions simply because in order to BE dumb one has to DO dumb. You cant have one without the other. There is not one person I know who could predict an unpredictable decision. I believe the reason we EXPECT people to make stupid decisions when they havent yet is because of our own bias, prejudice and ignorance. I love posts like these so keep on keeping on ...
Though I do not suggest we can draw a direct equation between casuistry and Burkean ethics, I do think casuistry meets Crusiuss criteria for a Burkean ethics in particular (and perhaps a rhetorical sort of ethics in general). Crusius writes, morality is always a response to a situation. If you abstract from these situations, what youll get are batches of inconsistent moral principles. But this is precisely what we Burkeans wouldnt or shouldnt do, which is what philosophy has almost always done, abstract from situations in a futile effort to discover what is really and always right and good. To abstract from such diverse situations would be to create permanent solutions to temporary problems (which is also, by the way, a good definition of suicide). Because casuists realize that no situation can ever reappear in all its particulars, they do not pretend to discover what is really and always right and good. Rather, they attempt to discern what is best (as in better in relation to all other ...
Both common sense and the common senses can be essential to using herbs. Some simple Dos and Donts can go a long way to keeping you from doing something silly with an herb you dont know much about. Using your senses of smell, taste and sight will also give you more insight to the herbs you are using.
It would be nice to have answers to these questions, but in their absence we are left with common sense that can review what we do clinically and correlate it to the data coming from relevant research. Lets take reduction in bacteria. Common sense tells us that we must find the canals harboring the bacteria. We are routinely going to be better at that if our access is adequate for full observation of the floor. There is also no getting away from the reality that the use of the microscope that gives us both a magnified field and excellent illumination is going to make us better at this initial task. One may choose to perform endodontics without the benefit of a microscope using loops and directed illumination and this is better than working without any magnification and illumination, but it does not compare to working under the scope at 8, 10 and 15 power. One can limit endodontic procedures to those teeth that have simpler anatomy, but given the degree of bifurcating and trifurcating teeth ...
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Both schools understand common sense to be shared, taken-for-granted views of the world. These views are somewhat abstract, generic views of typical things, events, and relations (Schank and Abelson discuss the coffee shop track of the restaurant script; Moscovici speaks of the image of a Frenchman and of a neurotic) with unspecified or defaulted specifications of various details that are filled in (instantiated) as one experiences particular individuals and situations. Moscovici describes the social representation (or the visual part of it) of a Frenchman as an undersized person wearing a beret and carrying a long loaf of bread (Phenomenon, 43); contemporary on-line clipart archives furnish numerous examples of that image, but also popular as markers of Frenchness are cigarettes, wine, horizontally striped (sailors) shirts, and moustaches. His discussion of neurotic is less visual, using it to illustrate the decay or sinking of a term of scientific culture into a social ...
It makes sense then that my role in the counselling room should not assume that I know what is the right focus or course of therapy for you. Common sense would say by working close with you on how the work should proceed would mean we end up getting to what your desired goal / outcome more effectively. ...
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Dr. Yates conclusion is that she will likely avoid exercise (trotting, cantering and jumping) when temperatures are under 20 degrees F.. Interpreting the results. Some riders are taking these studies as evidence that all riding should cease when temperatures are below 25-20 degrees F, while others are reading this post as justification to just bundle up and keep on training. As with lots of discussions in the horse world, the best path may lie somewhere in the middle - and with the unknown factor of how acclimatization might affect a horses ability to work in the cold, common sense should continue to dictate the ride.. Here are a few considerations when deciding to ride in the cold:. How is your footing? Frozen hard-packed bare ground at 25 degrees is a far different riding surface from a snow-covered pasture at 25 degrees. No matter how warm it is, icy conditions should be a no-go for any rider.. Where does your horse live? Again, while acclimatization did not come into play with the above ...
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A friend sent me an obituary today. Its the usual kind of viral e-mail thing that gets forwarded and forwarded to e-mail inboxes around the world. This particular one was entitled London Times Obituary of the late Mr. Common Sense. While I appreciate the opinion regarding the apparent loss of common sense in our modern…
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COMMON SENSE is our genius dressed in working clothes.. Ralph Waldo Emerson explains the unglamorous truth about our COMMON SENSE. Choosing to do the hard work emotionally when it comes to making life decisions is actually quite uncommon, that is why confusion and miscommunication is such a prolific problem in this world.. Sight, smell, taste, touch and sound, our COMMON human SENSES connect directly to our heart.. If, however, our head and our body override our hearts natural instincts COMMON SENSE is lost and confusion results.. Wise people have simply trained their thoughts, feelings and actions to align with their senses no matter how inconvenient.. If it doesnt taste, smell, feel, look or sound right to us then its not right for us. For now, its simply a red light. Lets be wise and stop for a moment when the light is red in future.. Its helpful to remember to honour our COMMON SENSES in order to reduce confusion, increase enjoyment and perhaps allow ourselves to smile, even laugh ...
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Follow me on Instagram at sharpharmade! . Friday November 4, 2016 is Use Your Common Sense Day. Every day we see complete fails of Common Sense, stupid and fantastic examples of the horror that can occur when someone just… refuses… to think. Sometimes its a matter of hubris, people thinking that their over-inflated sense of self-importance can overcome the laws of physics. Other times its just a complete failure to take a moment to really think a thing through, and thus do something monumentally stupid. Lets take for example the USPS service letter that indicates if you cant speak English, or fail to understand the letter, to take it to the local post office. How precisely would they know to do that? Or how about the woman who called the police to report that her ex was texting her, a fact she was able to ascertain because it was, and I quote, In her handwriting. . Common Sense as a concept is ancient. A sense of the common. Through a long and twisty development, and through many ...
At this point of time, quality education can not be measured in the number of years one has to spend in school but in the effectiveness of such a teacher-student transformation taking place. Quality education must be free and available to everyone. With excellent school facilities, competent teachers, and all other problems given solutions, I think ten years are enough. Why prolong when the basic needs for school are still to be addressed? Redefining quality of education in the Philippines only takes a common sense. The solution, very simple (much more like of a common sense thing than coming up with a seeming bright idea that will only complicate the situation): equip the school with better facilities, free tuition, eradicate corruption from among the departments high-ranking officials to the lowest, and train teachers to become most competent and increase their salaries. It is a thousand times better to have common sense without education, to quote from Robert Green Ingersoll, than to have ...
A recent study of more than 2,000 parents and students (grades 7-12) conducted by Common Sense Media on cell phone usage inside and out of school revealed some alarming statistics about teens and their high-tech habits. A recent study of more than 2,000 parents and students (grades 7-12) conducted by Common Sense Media on cell phone usage inside and out of school revealed some alarming statistics about teens and their high-tech habits.. Its no surprise that the poll found more than 83% of teens in this demographic own cell phones. Although most parents want their kids to have cell phones for use in emergencies only, the study found them to be oblivious to the extent to which the phones are being used. While only 23% of parents think that their kids are using the phones at school, in actuality, 65% of kids admitted to doing so. And for the kids who are indeed using them during school, are they ever. Common Sense found that teens, on average, send 440 texts in an average week and more than ...
Some health messages, however, are more challenging to communicate. For example, contrary to the beliefs of most laypersons and good intentions of health professionals, screening for cancer does not always lead to better health outcomes. This narrative is considerably more complex, and if poorly constructed, can be self-defeating. In November 2010, I resigned my position as a researcher and medical editor at the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to protest the politically-motivated cancellation of a scientific meeting that would have discouraged the use of prostate cancer screening tests. In a blog post, I explained that I could be a stronger advocate for population health by working outside of government. Although I am not certain whether to view my resignation as a personal example of leadership or, as a former colleague implied, simply taking the easy way out, I believe that my previous organization squandered an important leadership opportunity. They did so because ...
The fact is that most doctors who graduate from medical school will not practice in a tertiary academic health center (AHC), but rather in the community, although the other fact is that a disproportionate number of them will choose specialties that are of little or no use in many communities that need doctors. They will, if they can (i.e., if their grades are high enough) often choose subspecialties that can only be practiced in the high-tech setting of the AHC or the other relatively small number of very large metropolitan hospitals, often with large residency training programs. As they look around at the institution in which they are being educated, they see an enormously skewed mix of specialties. For example, 10% of doctors may be anesthesiologists and there well may be more cardiologists than primary care physicians. While this is not the mix in world of practice, and still less the mix that we need to have for an effectively functioning health system, it is the world in which they are ...
I find it very odd that I have not seen any journalist or news outlet hold any of his mistresses accountable, with the exception of that hillarious comment by Joy Behar (just wish she hadnt apologized). Each and everyone of these women was fully aware that Tiger is a married man. They had a hand in helping him commit adultery. Im pretty sure Tiger didnt have to put much effort into persuing these women, if any at all. Something tells me the fish just jumped right into the boat. One, if not more , of these women saved text messages and voicemails. They had agendas. Their first agenda was to hitch their caboose to the Tiger money train. Once they saw that Tiger had unhitched their cabooses from the train it was sell out Tiger time and cash in. The media should be ashamed of themselves for not holding these women accountable and for giving them a forum in order for them to profit from Tigers downfall. Its a no brainer that these women are getting paid to tell their stories. Their not spilling ...
The religious-right and its advocates, mainly fundamentalist clergy and their legislator-favorites believe the Genesis creation story is factually accurate, literal truth. Does science affirm this creationist view? Is a literal creationist account something a rational person accepts? Lets look at the Book of Genesis and consider a few of the many questions an honest inquirer should ask. On the first day, God created light calling it day and darkness calling it night with a morning and an evening. There is yet no sun. Science tells us that the sun is the primary source of light in our universe. Mr. Creationist, please explain where does light come from when there is no sun? If you say the light came from God, than you acknowledge darkness came from God. Why did God create darkness when the universe was already dark? Without a sun for earth to rotate around, how could there be a morning and evening, a day and night? On the second day, God created a firmament or expanse to divide the waters below ...
For this Alice it was important not to fall a long way down the rabbit hole. Nor did she have the leisure of taking marmalade from a shelf or dozing off after venturing into the hole.. Which is why Vilde Olsbakk Rønning, 12, found herself making the adventurous journey to the curious hall where all sorts of things were not as they seemed - even to those familiar with Lewis Carrolls classic tale Alice in Wonderland. Chosen as the person best able to perform without a net on a aerial hoop symbolizing the rabbit hole above the stage, she was cast in the star role of Sirkus Svalnardos interpretation of the story during two one-hour performances Saturday afternoon at Kulturhuset.. Rønning, a member of the troupe for the past three years, said shes seen a movie version of Alice in Wonderland, but not read the book - not that the group felt a need be true to either since the shows title Alice in Dreamland is from a 1953 picture book interpretation of a Disney movie version from the ...
But Watson shot back against that interpretation. He wrote: [T]he Governments definition represents the antithesis of common sense. Common sense, for instance, dictates that close family members be defined to include grandparents. Indeed, grandparents are the epitome of close family members. The Governments definition excludes them. That simply cannot be.. Politico notes that Watsons order also prohibited the administration from blocking refugees with a commitment from a resettlement agency in the U.S., a move that could revive the flow of refugee admissions this year.. According to Naureen Shah, Amnesty International USA senior director of campaigns, This decision is another rejection of the Trump administrations cruel and discriminatory policy.. It is welcome but temporary relief for the thousands of refugees and family members who remain uncertain of their future. They cannot wait for another drawn-out legal battle; Congress must step in now and end this cruel and discriminatory ...
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5. CT scans. No doubt about it, they are overused and they are expensive. And there is a theoretical and possibly real risk, albeit small, of an increase in cancer rates in the future. Cracked thinks the increase in the use of CT scans is about money and greed but the fact is that doctors who order CT scans almost always do not own the scanner and do not profit from ordering the test. I think its about the publics demand for diagnostic accuracy (I blogged about this in August) and the pervasive practice of defensive medicine. Physicians feel compelled to cover their asses by over-ordering confirmatory tests before doing anything and they fear being sued for missing something. As an alternative, Cracked.com suggests increasing the use of MRI. Although MRI does not involve radiation to the patient, it is also very expensive and not routinely available on a 24/7 basis. For some illnesses, it is just not as good as a CT scan for diagnosis ...
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Alternative equity index strategies are a variation of passive indexing, where the index is based on initial active decisions as to how to create the universe of stocks, the stocks weights, and the rebalance procedure, and then passively follow these procedures forward through time. The authors of this article replicate prior research that shows popular alternative indexes, such as fundamental indexing and minimum volatility, have higher returns and Sharpe ratios than the S&P 500. They present a new alternative index that creates a portfolio with the lowest predicted volatility of return on equity (ROE), the stable ROE portfolio. The stable ROE portfolio delivers higher and more stable earnings, and higher returns and Sharpe ratios than other alternative indexes or the S&P 500.. TOPICS: Passive strategies, equity portfolio management, in portfolio management ...
http://drrimatruthreports.com/the-sources-of-the-law-the-right-of-informed-consent/. In order to vindicate International Humanitarian Law regarding Informed Consent to any and all medical interventions, including vaccination, even during any declared local, national or international Health Emergency, the right to refuse any vaccination must be respected, whether that refusal is grounded in philosophical, medical, religious or no reasons at all.. Introduction. Point One: The Legal Basis for Informed Consent Point. Point Two: Legitimate Government Regulation. Point Three: International Law Protects Informed Consent. Point Four: The Right Must Be Asserted to Be Protected. Point Five: The Right May Not Be Defeated by Unconstitutional Conditions. Continue reading General Brief on Behalf of Informed Consent - Ralph Fucetola JD. ...
The UKs Labour Government is moving to re-examine its classification of cannabis as a Class C drug. Cannabis had been officially downgraded in January 2004. As noted by The Guardian on March 22, 2004 ( No Retreat On Cannabis), Charles Clarke, the home secretary, asked the advisory council to say whether it would change their mind as a result of emerging evidence of a link between cannabis consumption and deteriorating mental health. It is unlikely that they will. The advisory council - along with the Royal College of Psychiatrists working party and a Police Foundations independent committee of inquiry - were all aware of the risks that cannabis posed to people vulnerable to mental illness when they made their recommendations to reclassify. The Guardian reported that Much fuss has been aired in the red-top papers about these two studies, but with few quotes from the researchers. Yet the professor who led the New Zealand project told the New Zealand Herald: These are not huge increases ...
Tables, Figures, and Discussions xi. Preface xvii. ONE Why Read This Book? The Good, the Great, and the Stupidus Maximus Award 1. 1.1 How This Book Is Structured 8. 1.2 The Role of HR Technology in Strategic HR 9. 1.3 Why This Book Matters 14. TWO Strategic HR: What It Is, Why It Is Important, and Why It Is Often Difficult 15. 2.1 The Fundamental Processes of Strategic HR 17. 2.2 Why Do We Need Strategic HR Departments? 20. 2.3 What Makes Strategic HR Difficult? 21. 2.4 Conclusion 24. T H R E E Business Execution and Strategic HR 27. 3.1 Defining Business Execution 27. 3.2 Assessing Business Execution Needs 31. 3.3 Using Strategic HR Processes to Support Business Execution 39. 3.4 Linking Specific Business Execution Drivers to Diff erent HR Processes 41. 3.5 Increasing Strategic HR Process Maturity 43. 3.5.1 Right People Maturity Levels 44. 3.5.2 Right Things Maturity Levels 45. 3.5.3 Right Way Maturity Levels 45. 3.5.4 Right Development 46. 3.6 Integrating Strategic HR Processes 46. 3.7 ...
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Fourth question: If I take psychoactive drugs or suffer physical trauma to my head, my subjective experience will change. Therefore, the brain generates consciousness. The rationale here is the following: pills and trauma are assumed to exist as physical things outside consciousness. Then, because they can clearly alter your subjective experiences through physically interfering with the brain - which is also assumed to exist outside consciousness - then, the argument goes, consciousness must be generated by the brain. Notice that this entire rationale simply assumes that pills, trauma, and brains exist outside consciousness, which is precisely the point in contention! You see, if all reality is in consciousness, then a pill or a well-placed knock to the head are simply the images of processes in consciousness; they are also in consciousness, not outside it. Where else could they be? What is a pill but what you see, touch, feel in your fingers? It has color, taste, texture. Its a set of ...
Fourth question: If I take psychoactive drugs or suffer physical trauma to my head, my subjective experience will change. Therefore, the brain generates consciousness. The rationale here is the following: pills and trauma are assumed to exist as physical things outside consciousness. Then, because they can clearly alter your subjective experiences through physically interfering with the brain - which is also assumed to exist outside consciousness - then, the argument goes, consciousness must be generated by the brain. Notice that this entire rationale simply assumes that pills, trauma, and brains exist outside consciousness, which is precisely the point in contention! You see, if all reality is in consciousness, then a pill or a well-placed knock to the head are simply the images of processes in consciousness; they are also in consciousness, not outside it. Where else could they be? What is a pill but what you see, touch, feel in your fingers? It has color, taste, texture. Its a set of ...
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One of the goals of our medical practice is to provide the very best care yet save our patients money. Physicians often over-utilize expensive tests such as xrays to arrive at a diagnosis when a thorough, common-sense examination would suffice.. Routine ankle and/or foot films for all injuries to that extremity is a case in point. The Ottawa Rules are a well documented and studied set of guidelines that tell a physician, based on examination, whether a fracture is likely or not. In the case of positive findings, xrays are required to verify that a fracture is present and, if so, to assess the level of severity, helping determine whether surgery is necessary or not.. Patients can readily use these rules in the field to determine if they have a simple sprain or a more serious fracture following an injury. Tenderness over the outside of the foot, the top of the foot next to the ankle, the tip or back side of either ankle bone, or the inability to walk suggests a probable fracture. See your ...
I wrote about how I was a bronchodilatoraholic (well, I suppose, once youre a bronchodilatoraholic you always are) once or twice on my other blogs, and I have had people email me to tell me my asthma is out of control if I use it as much as I claim. When, in fact, my asthma is controlled. Thus, rescue inhaler frequency isnt always an indicator of asthma control ...
Last month I performed a psychometric test with Candle IT&T Recruitment, called the Kolbe. The test went pretty well. I was asked 36 questions and, by and large, was given an accurate assessment of my personality and what jobs I am most suited for.
Theres no quick fix. Theres no vaccine and no cure for respiratory illnesses-yet. The sheer number of viruses and the high mutation rate has made a vaccination elusive. And while a flu shot is recommended for most people, it wont prevent colds. Influenza is a very specific and potentially dangerous virus and the flu shot only works against that virus. Plus, studies show that most common-cold treatments like drug store medications and natural supplements are ineffective. These remedies, along with plenty of fluids and rest, may quell symptoms but they wont make your cold go away faster or make you less contagious ...
The police shooting of an unarmed Columbus, GA man has sparked a controversy locally and nationally over the question of racially biased law enforcement, with the FBI beginning an investigation of the incident. The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reported on Dec. 17, 2003 ( FBI Starts Preliminary Probe) that The Federal Bureau of Investigation has begun a preliminary inquiry into the fatal shooting of an unarmed Columbus man by a deputy sheriff. The federal agency became involved at the request of Muscogee County Sheriff Ralph Johnson. I feel this is the proper, procedural process for the citizens to continue to have confidence in this office, Johnson said during a Tuesday afternoon press conference at the Government Center. The announcement comes a day after a coalition of area churches called for a federal inquiry into the death of Kenneth B. Walker, a 39-year-old father and husband. Some community leaders have also called for an investigation into the departments search and seizure procedures ...
The benefits of stability, wealth accumulation, etc. may accrue to some individual members of a very small subgroup of the population, but in society as a whole the orchestrated pushing of gay marriage as the Most Important Civilizational Issue of Our Time and All Times is inversely correlated with any societal restoration of conservative mores. On the contrary, the only societal side-effect I see flowing from this righteous crusade is the efflorescence of ever-crazier and more marginal issues (Cis privilege! LGBTXYZABCQWERTY!), that signify nothing but a trivialized and infantilized society that no longer has any culture to conserve. Sorry, but no matter what you think of gay marriage as an abstract right, its delusional to imagine that it is in any way a concomitant of some sort of conservative revival ...
See also Casuistry. In a teleological approach, "how one is to act" is related to the ultimate end which is again established ... patristic or scholastic approach before the influence of nominalism and outgrowth of casuistry which was characteristic of the ...
Tallmon, James M. "Casuistry." (2001) Ed. Thomas O. Sloane. New York: Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Rhetoric, 83-88. ... Tallmon, James M. (1995a) "Casuistry and the Role of Rhetorical Reason in Ethical Inquiry", Philosophy and Rhetoric, 377-87. ... 1988) The Abuse of Casuistry. Berkeley: U California Press. Kennedy, George. (1980) Classical Rhetoric and Its Christian and ... Casuistry Chaïm Perelman - author of The New Rhetoric Inquiry Practical reason Problem finding Rogerian argument Socratic ...
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Southwell also wrote a manuscript of case studies in casuistry for "the education of English Catholic missionary priests", ... Subscription or UK public library membership required.) "Caroline Casuistry - Boydell and Brewer". boydellandbrewer.com. ... which manuscript has been edited by Peter Holmes and published by the Catholic Record Society as Caroline Casuistry: The Cases ...
"Restless Casuistry: Shelley's Composition of The Cenci." Keats-Shelley Journal, 13 (Winter, 1964): 77-85. Sperry, Stuart M. " ...
Casuistry and Conscience, two discourses, 8vo, Dublin. Gleanings after Grand Tourists (anon.), 1856, from a European tour in ...
Spanish Dominican Raymond of Peñafort was a noted canon lawyer, and one of the first writers on casuistry, i.e., seeking to ... Conscience and Casuistry in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1988. Randal, Marlin. Propaganda and ... The doctrine is a special branch of casuistry (case-based reasoning) developed in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. ...
Generally, the regional laws are based on Casuistry. This means that they are based on concrete cases of breaches of the law, ...
He attained fame as a master of casuistry. He was born at Nottuln in Westphalia (Germany). He entered the Jesuit order in 1619 ...
He was elected Professor of Casuistry in 1788. He never gave any lectures and held his church posts as well as being registrary ...
He was an author and an editor for the following works: The text of casuistry in the Renaissance - Volume 1 (1989), The text of ... Medusaś Gaze: Casuistry and Conscience in the Renaissance. March 1991. ISBN 9780804765879. Retrieved 18 July 2013. "Knowing ... Casuistry and Conscience in the Renaissance (Stanford UP, 1991), Catholic Figures, Queer Narratives (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, ... casuistry in the Renaissance - Volume 2 (1989), Sodomscapes: Hospitality in the Flesh (Fordham UP, 2017), Medusaś Gaze: ...
Zur Casuistik der Iristumoren, 1877 - Casuistry of iris tumors. Metastatisches Sarcom der Papille und angrenzenden Retina, 1878 ...
ISBN 978-0-9799989-3-5. Miller, Richard B. (1996). Casuistry and Modern Ethics: A Poetics of Practical Reasoning. University of ...
In the Christian tradition of casuistry, an approach to abstract ranking of principles introduced by Bartolomé de Medina in the ... Jonsen, Albert R.; Toulmin, Stephen Edelston (1988). The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning. University of ... Jonsen, Albert R.; Toulmin, Stephen Edelston (1988). The Abuse of Casuistry: A History of Moral Reasoning. University of ... 16th century became tainted with the accusation of laxism, as did casuistry itself. Another approach, with legal roots, is to ...
Ignoratio elenchi, chapter 4. Wolfe places the Latin phrase subsequent to "sophistry" and "casuistry". Unfamiliarity is a ...
He has perfected casuistry, circumlocution, false equivalence and false analogy. He is equally adept at the ironic jest, the ...
Oaths, Casuistry, and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy.' The Historical Journal. Vol. 44, No. 1 ( ...
It gave rise to French theologian Blaise Pascal's Lettres provinciales, the condemnation of casuistry by the Holy See, and the ... This led the friars of Paris to condemn Jesuit casuistry. On 15 February 1665, Alexander VII promulgated the apostolic ... which condemned casuistry. Two further decrees, of 24 September 1665 and 18 March 1666, condemned the Casuists' "laxist ... in particular casuistry. Following publication of Lettres provinciales, the King sent spies everywhere, condemned the ...
Karl Popper For more information on this type of reasoning, see: Casuistry. Plutchik, Robert (1983), Foundations of ...
Polianski, Igor J. (January 2015). "Bolshevik Disease and Stalinist Terror: On the Historical Casuistry of Artificial ...
On the Historical Casuistry of Artificial Pneumothorax". Medical History. 59 (1): 32-43. doi:10.1017/mdh.2014.69. ISSN 0025- ...
This moral absolutism, pitted against Angelo's lustful casuistry, makes for superb drama." In 1986, Foster starred as Lucy in ...
The rest of the letters are mainly an attack on Jesuit casuistry. The Fifth Letter, published in a hurry after a police search ... Starting at Letter VI, dated 10 April 1656, Pascal gives a number of examples of Jesuit casuistry and of its "relaxed morality ... Antoine Le Maistre Casuistry Catholic moral theology Formulary controversy Jansenism Jesuitism Port-Royal Logic Les ... In these letters, Pascal humorously attacked casuistry, a rhetorical method often used by Jesuit theologians, and accused ...
Here he found himself in a quandary: to support the Pope meant supporting the Jesuits; and he hated their supposed casuistry ...
This is called casuistry, and it could be implemented through research on the Internet. The consensus from a million past ... Bruce M. McLaren built an early (mid 1990s) computational model of casuistry, specifically a program called SIROCCO built with ...
However, Suárez also conceived many particular cases - a casuistry - in which conquest was legitimized. Hence, war was ...
"Civil Politics in the Animal Rights Conflict: God Terms versus Casuistry in Cambridge, Massachusetts." Science, Technology, and ...
Blaise Pascal attacked what he called moral laxity in the casuistry of the Jesuits. Jansenist theology remained a minority ...
In 1760 he was elected president of his college, and in 1769 professor of casuistry. These offices, together with his ...
It encompasses every area of rabbinic literature: exegesis, homiletics, casuistry, Kabbalah, liturgics, and literary history. A ...
Casuistry Summary of casuistry by Jeramy Townsley Casuistry - Online Guide to Ethics and Moral Philosophy Casuistry - Oxford ... Look up casuistry in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikiquote has quotations related to Casuistry. Wikisource has the text of ... G. E. Moore dealt with casuistry in chapter 1.4 of his Principia Ethica, in which he claims that "the defects of casuistry are ... Look up casuistry in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dictionary of the History of Ideas: "Casuistry" Accountancy as ...
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A Cyanoacrylate Chamber for Vehicles: Innovation and Astonishing Results in Brazilian Casuistry. Presenting section:. ...
Casuistry (defined as the use of clever but unsound reasoning, I had to look this one up) is a pretty intense, unrelenting ... With an array of different song titles and song structures, I got the sense that Casuistry represents the concepts of ... Casuistry which is set for an April 2015 release date.. ABIOTIC bring with them a serious destructiveness to their sound. The ...
Keiler, J 2016, Bespreking van: M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal law ... Keiler, J. (2016). Bespreking van: M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal ... Bespreking van: M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal law, Den Haag: Eleven ... Bespreking van: M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal law, Den Haag: Eleven ...
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Oaths, Casuistry and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy. In: Historical Journal. 2001 ; Vol. 44, ... Oaths, Casuistry and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy. Historical Journal. 2001;44(1):59-77. ... Vallance, E. (2001). Oaths, Casuistry and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy. Historical Journal ... Vallance, E 2001, Oaths, Casuistry and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy, Historical Journal, ...
Casuistry (noun): The determining of right and wrong in matters of conduct or conscience, or the applying of principles of ... Casuistry. Posted on December 30, 2021 , Leave a comment "Casuistry (noun): The determining of right and wrong in matters of ...
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Casuistry is an ancient practice, and it arises from the best of intentions. People who love God and want to do His will ... But as so often in these parables, Jesus also gestures towards something even more beautiful and profound. This is casuistry, ... Saint Pauls First Epistle to the Corinthians is pretty much one long exercise in casuistry, as the apostle works through a set ...
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... as Casuistry." Finally, Gary North (Institute for Christian Economics) looks directly at "The Covenantal Tithe," and Scott ...
"Mans innate casuistry!" complained Karl Marx (as quoted by Engels in The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State ...
The diagnostics of the mosaic 16th chromosome - casuistry (conference abstract - article in Czech) ...
Brownings Casuistry. By Sir Leslie Stephen, K. C. B. Burns as an English Poet. By David Christie Murray ...
Casuistry suggests that the merits of each individual case prevail.. It will be good when we get to the point of establishing ...
Here he found himself in a quandary: to support the Pope meant supporting the Jesuits; and he hated their supposed casuistry ...
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This is cynical casuistry at its best. On April 10, however, there was one allusive but promising sign in a Global Times ...
Problems of Casuistry 22.. The Two Causes of Sin 23.. The Reality of the Resurrection ...
I remember thinking that listening to Zizioulas was like listening to a Martian! I had spent two years on casuistry, ... from the heights of German and American debates over metaethics down to the minute particularity of the casuistry of an ectopic ...
This is very disappointing casuistry. The Democrats who are trying to use the Putincare bill to retake the House are dealing ...
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I loved that poem, by the way, Casuistry.. ― Jocelyn (Jocelyn), Friday, 30 April 2004 13:59 (eighteen years ago) link ... Casuistry (Chris P), Thursday, 29 April 2004 17:33 (eighteen years ago) link ...
Let us leave him there with his casuistry. Like the will, it seems that egoism is modified by heredity, education, and specific ...
... casuistry), consideration of expected utility (consequentialism), analysis of normative obligations and duties (deontology), ...
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  • In ethics, casuistry (/ˈkæzjuɪstri/ KAZ-ew-iss-tree) is a process of reasoning that seeks to resolve moral problems by extracting or extending theoretical rules from a particular case, and reapplying those rules to new instances. (wikipedia.org)
  • In the world of theological ethics I knew my tradition, from the heights of German and American debates over metaethics down to the minute particularity of the casuistry of an ectopic pregnancy. (ncronline.org)
  • Vallance, E 2001, ' 'Oaths, Casuistry and Equivocation: Anglican Responses to the Engagement Controversy' ', Historical Journal , vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 59-77. (roehampton.ac.uk)
  • [ 23-26 ] In addition to these principles, contemporary ethical inquiry is informed by analysis of prior instructive cases (casuistry), consideration of expected utility (consequentialism), analysis of normative obligations and duties (deontology), contractarian approaches, and clinical pragmatism. (medscape.com)
  • Saint Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians is pretty much one long exercise in casuistry, as the apostle works through a set of questions raised by the congregation there. (blogspot.com)
  • It is not an exercise in casuistry. (patheos.com)
  • Certain kinds of casuistry were criticized by early Protestant theologians, because it was used in order to justify many of the abuses that they sought to reform. (wikipedia.org)
  • Pope Francis speaks of the "trap" of "casuistry," concocted by "a small group of enlightened theologians," convinced that they "have all the knowledge and wisdom of the people of God. (asianews.it)
  • And these people, this small group of enlightened theologians, always negotiate with the truth, reducing it to casuistry. (asianews.it)
  • Aside from pure anti-Jesuit animus, this nuance probably arose from the work of some 17th-century Jesuit theologians who imperfectly employed a method known as "casuistry" in resolving questions of moral theology-an approach that gave the broadest possible leeway to individual behavior. (slate.com)
  • Second, Musculus' psalm exegesis and appendices function as topical moral texts, forerunners of later and more developed Protestant ethical thought and casuistry. (acton.org)
  • While casuistry makes use of ethical theory, it does not view ethical theory as the most important feature of moral reasoning. (citizendium.org)
  • Casuistry, a recipe for ethical laissez-faire, does not find its origins in seventeenth-century Spain, or Escobar y Mendoza, Francisco Suárez and other casuists. (michelinewalker.com)
  • For example, the Oxford English Dictionary quotes a 1738 essay by Henry St. John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke to the effect that casuistry "destroys, by distinctions and exceptions, all morality, and effaces the essential difference between right and wrong, good and evil" The 20th century saw a revival of interest in casuistry. (wikipedia.org)
  • I should mention that casuistry has often been defined as jurisprudence applied to morality. (michelinewalker.com)
  • citation needed] The progress of casuistry was interrupted toward the middle of the 17th century by the controversy which arose concerning the doctrine of probabilism, which stipulated that one could choose to follow a "probable opinion", that is, supported by a theologian or another, even if it contradicted a more probable opinion or a quotation from one of the Fathers of the Church. (wikipedia.org)
  • With an array of different song titles and song structures, I got the sense that ' Casuistry ' represents the concepts of transition, diversity, and innovation. (metal-temple.com)
  • Casuistry is an ancient practice, and it arises from the best of intentions. (blogspot.com)
  • ApaeK, Archiv für pädagogische Kasuistik (German for Archive for Pedagogical Casuistry), offers documents from pedagogical practice. (forschungsdaten-bildung.de)
  • The abuse of casuistry : a history of moral reasoning / Albert R. Jonsen, Stephen Toulmin. (upol.cz)
  • Casuistry suggests that the merits of each individual case prevail. (sophos.com)
  • One such recent approach which attempts to bridge the divide between deontology and utilitarianism is case-based reasoning, also known as casuistry. (citizendium.org)
  • Casuistry does not begin with theory, rather it starts with the immediate facts of a real and concrete case. (citizendium.org)
  • Case divinity , casuistry. (landak.com)
  • I thought it would be fun for people to post links to any on-line manuals of casuistry with which they are familiar. (blogspot.com)
  • Never thought of casuistry as an emotion though. (fragglerocking.org)
  • Without discussing the possible and impossible questions about these Erubin raised by the most ingenious casuistry, let us see how Rabbinism taught Israel to observe its Sabbath. (biblehub.com)
  • There were great advantages to casuistry in that allowed the " grands" among the faithful to sin without sinning, which constitutes an unacceptable form of moral relativism and, by and large, benefits only the " grands " or the rich and powerful. (michelinewalker.com)
  • If you're a fan of casuistry -- and as I always say, strained rationalization is the highest form of humor -- you'll enjoy reading FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's defense of his turnaround . (blogspot.com)
  • Political correctness is the pettiest form of casuistry. (readandfindout.com)
  • All suppliers offer publishing services into private or public networks server [11] and software able to track scanned cases comprehensive database to build large casuistry archives on the net [13]. (scielosp.org)
  • But the casuistry of definition is that the act of defining also defines the qualities that compose the definition. (trefis.com)
  • Smart and genuinely curious, she asked the question without any of that world-weary irony and moral casuistry that often attends questions from teenagers and, more generally, questions about school segregation in present day America. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Reviews worden niet geverifieerd, maar Google checkt wel op nepcontent en verwijdert zulke content als die wordt gevonden. (google.be)
  • The cause of gay rights, which I support, is not helped by this kind of slippery, self-interested scholarship, where propaganda and casuistry impede the objective search for truth. (huffpost.com)
  • Casuistry ' (defined as the use of clever but unsound reasoning, I had to look this one up) is a pretty intense, unrelenting series of double bass blast beats and furiously technical guitar solos, all spread across varying tempos and time signature changes. (metal-temple.com)
  • And we at this moment aware of our chasm, Flee to Fig with furtive, Feeling for the first time like fugitive, And not even Adam's casuistry, Returns us to being God's emissary. (poetrysoup.com)
  • that, properly used, casuistry is powerful reasoning. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bespreking van: M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal law, Den Haag: Eleven 2015 (206 p. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • Jurisprudence is the study of cases (casuistry). (michelinewalker.com)
  • Jonsen and Toulmin offer casuistry as a method for dissolving the contradictory tenets of moral absolutism and moral relativism. (wikipedia.org)
  • I had spent two years on casuistry, fundamental and final options, deontology and teleology. (ncronline.org)
  • Erroneous belief (rather than a knowledge ) that there is such a thing as pure reason-in-itself completely divorced from the casuistry associated with actual reasoners. (rebirthofreason.com)
  • From this armchair-perspective the agency appears to be exposing itself to accusations of casuistry and not being completely open with the committee. (wordpress.com)