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The Norplant prescription: birth control, women control, or crime control?
The limits of proxy decisionmaking for incompetents.
The illusion of autonomy at the end of life: unconsented life support and the wrongful life analogy.
Just a gene: judicial assumptions about parenthood.
Involuntary civil commitment: the inadequacy of existing procedural and substantive protections.
Artes moriendi: active euthanasia and the art of dying.
Confidentiality of genetic information.
Status of the emergency room psychotherapist: privacy rites.
Autonomy, justice, and disability.
In this Article, Professor Carlos A. Ball explores the philosophical foundations for the types of rights and benefits that our society currently provides to individuals with disabilities. The concept of autonomy places on society a moral obligation to assist individuals with disabilities when their...
Breaking the mold: human embryo cloning and its implications for a right to individuality.