Comments to the Study: Savulescu J., Autonomy, the Good Life, and Controversial Choices, in , Rhodes R., Francis L.P., Silvers A. (eds.), 2007, The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.: 17 – 37.

Comments to the Study: Savulescu J., Autonomy, the Good Life, and Controversial Choices, in , Rhodes R., Francis L.P., Silvers A. (eds.), 2007, The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.: 17 – 37. | Antonio SANDU

Abstract: Julian Savulescu performs an analysis of the relationship between autonomy and the idea of a “good life”, starting from the perspective of controversial elections. The author shows that the choices based on individual values and different from the common ones, represent a challenge in generally, and particularly in medical ethics, which call into question the principle of action in the interest of the patient.

Keywords: Julian Savulescu, authonomy, autenticity, bioethic.

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Comments to the Study: Savulescu J., Autonomy, the Good Life, and Controversial Choices, in , Rhodes R., Francis L.P., Silvers A. (eds.), 2007, The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., pp.: 17 – 37.