Artykuł dr Małgorzaty Rajtar pt. „Relational autonomy, care, and Jehovah’s Witnesses in Germany” został opublikowany w czasopiśmie Bioethics.

 

Abstract

Drawing from an ethics of care, relational approaches to autonomy have recently emerged in bioethics. Unlike individual autonomy with its emphasis on patients’ rights, choice, and self-determination which has been the hallmark of bioethics consistent with the ideology of individualism in neoliberal democracies in Western countries, relational autonomy highlights the relatedness, interdependency, and social embeddedness of patients. By examining the mediating role that male Hospital Liaison Committee members in Germany play in facilitating care that supports Jehovah’s Witnesses’ refusal of blood transfusions, this article moves beyond ‘dyadic relations’ and contexts of caregiving. It also contributes to a deeper understanding of care and relational conceptualizations of Witness patients’ autonomy globally.

 

Pełna wersja artykułu dostępna tutaj: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bioe.12424/full

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