Ethics and the Professions

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Ruth F. Chadwick
Avebury, 1994 - Professional ethics - 155 pages
These essays look at the concept of professional ethics from a range of perspectives. It begins with a look at the concept of profession, asking if it is knowledge or an ideal of service; continues by looking at accountability; and finally, analyzes codes of conduct. The text also covers medical education, moral philosophy, and the ability to face criticism in a positive way.

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Service and science in professional life
1
knowledge and knowhow
14
Moral philosophy another disabling profession?
27
Copyright

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