What It Means to Be Human

What It Means to Be Human The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics

American law assumes that individuals are autonomous, defined by their capacity to choose, and not obligated to each other. But our bodies make us vulnerable and dependent, and the law leaves the weakest on their own. O. Carter Snead argues for a paradigm that recognizes embodiment, enabling law and policy to provide for the care that people need.
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Michael Miller Jr.@michaelmillerjr
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Aug 1, 2023