beneficience


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beneficience

The accomplishment of good. In research, beneficence refers to a central focus on the well-being of the participants in a clinical trial.
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They worked their way down to three principles: "respect for persons, beneficience, and justice.
The second ethical principle underlying research is beneficience, that of doing good.
James Drane considers beneficience, that is, the good work a doctor does for persons who are ill, to be medicine's "fundamental ethical standard," and benevolence to be the virtue that disposes doctors to provide medical help.
Typographical errors are minor: McKenzie (ix), en statu (105), Chomley (112), Literare (115), beneficience (139), a superfluous comma in a poetic text ("increment," 162), a missing line of print (189).
Dworkin denies that a conflict arises, if a right to beneficience is a right to have others act in accordance with what one believes to be one's critical interests.
The author doesn't explain the relationship between liberal middle-class ideology and beneficience and the displacement of local markets in foodstuffs and other primary consumption goods.