whp 2013 DOI: 10.12927/whp..17599 View full text
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Clara Misrachi, Fernando Lolas, Felipe Alliende

Abstract: The bioethical movement and its underlying metaphors One of the most pervasive social movements in post-modern societies has been the one associated with pluralism and diversity. In many instances, the recognition of the fact of human differences in race, gender, access to goods and services, and welfare has been cause for war and intolerance. In others, it has helped create mechanisms and institutions based on the notions of dialogue and equity.