Title: Improving bioethical decision-making with a little help from legal argumentation
Authors: Seoane, José Antonio
Keywords: BIOETHICS
CLINICAL DECISION-MAKING
DELIBERATION
LEGAL ARGUMENTATION
ARGUMENTACIÓN JURÍDICA
BIOÉTICA
DELIBERACIÓN
TOMA DE DECISIONES CLÍNICAS
Issue Date: Jan-2016
Publisher: Universidad Católica de Colombia. Facultad de Derecho
Citation: Seoane, J. (2016). Improving bioethical decision-making with a little help from legal argumentation. Soft Power, 3(1), 109-129. Recuperado de https://editorial.ucatolica.edu.co/ojsucatolica/revistas_ucatolica/index.php/SoftP/article/view/1801/1641
Abstract: The most appropriate method for clinical decision-making is deliberation. The deliberative procedure aims to achieve wise and prudent decisions about health care taking into account facts, values and norms. Since deliberative reasoning is shared by healthcare professions, ethics and law, this paper introduces the structure and features of the bioethical deliberative procedure and suggests to improve it with some contributions from legal science and theories of argumentation.
El método más adecuado para la toma de decisiones biomédicas es la deliberación. El procedimiento deliberativo pretende alcanzar decisiones prudentes y razonables tras tomar en consideración hechos, valores y normas. Al ser la racionalidad deliberativa un rasgo compartido por las profesiones asistenciales, la ética y el derecho, el presente artículo expone la estructura y las características del método bioético deliberativo y propone mejorarla mediante algunas contribuciones de la ciencia jurídica y las teorías de la argumentación.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10983/23198
ISSN: 2389-8232
Is part of: Soft Power, Vol. 3, no. 1 (ene.-jun. 2016); p. 109-129
Appears in Collections:CAI. Soft Power

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