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The unfair trade: Why organ sale is indefensible

Siby K George

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2017.036


Abstract

This paper argues against the proposal of a system of compensated living donation in the global south, especially India, without recourse to essentialist ethics. It relies on the anti-essentialist ethical-ontology of Levinas for the claim that it is the concrete vulnerability of the suffering other, rather than any absolute moral imperative, that makes a market for organs unethical.

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