Paternalism versus Autonomy

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Philosophy

 

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Delia Y

 

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August 17, 2013

 

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University

 

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These include: Physical constraints; such as prison or bodily prevention, Cognitive constraints; someone with the inability to understand the information given to them, Psychological constraints; this would involve someone who is depressed or suffers from something like Alzheimer's disease, and Social constraints; a peer pressure or the cultural background of a patient playing a role in autonomous decisions...
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Considering the previous constraints from Ackerman's report, the answer is paternalism. When a patient has one or more of these constraints, the best way to make a decision concerning the welfare and needs of a patient is to allow the doctor to intervene, but this intervention must only be "justified by reasons referring exclusively to the welfare or needs of the patient" (61)...
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