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Submissions from 2022

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Burying the basilisk of bioethics: What can be resolved, dissolved, and refocused in the ethics expertise debate., Abram Brummett

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The many metaphysical commitments of secular clinical ethics: Expanding the argument for a moral-metaphysical proceduralism., Abram Brummett and Jason T Eberl

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The Baffling Babble of Brain Injury., Abram L Brummett

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COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Personnel Who Generally Accept Vaccines., Mark Christopher Navin, Lindsay Margaret-Sander Oberleitner, Victoria C Lucia, Melissa Ozdych, Nelia Afonso, Richard H. Kennedy, Hans Keil, Lawrence Wu, and Trini A. Mathew

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Are conscientious objectors morally obligated to refer?, Samuel Reis-Dennis and Abram L. Brummett

Submissions from 2021

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Affirming the Existence and Legitimacy of Secular Bioethical Consensus, and Rejecting Engelhardt's Alternative: A Reply to Nick Colgrove and Kelly Kate Evans., Abram Brummett

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Secular Clinical Ethicists Should Not Be Neutral Toward All Religious Beliefs: An Argument for a Moral-Metaphysical Proceduralism., Abram Brummett

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What is the appropriate role of reason in secular clinical ethics? An argument for a compatibilist view of public reason., Abram Brummett

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Two internal critiques for theists who oppose moral enhancement on a process virtue basis., Abram Brummett and Parker Crutchfield

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Defending, Improving, Expanding, and Applying a Moral-Metaphysical Proceduralism for Secular Clinical Ethics., Abram L. Brummett

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Putting the Asymmetry Debate in Its Place., Abram L. Brummett

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Non-Roman Catholic Physicians Should Be Permitted to Write Prescriptions for Birth Control in Roman Catholic Institutions., Abram L. Brummett and Eric J. James

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Three Kinds of Decision-Making Capacity for Refusing Medical Interventions., Mark Christopher Navin, Abram L. Brummett, and Jason Adam Wasserman