By Henk ten Have, Jos Welie
Since the Seventies, euthanasia has been a subject of continuous debate around the globe. This e-book offers an in depth description of the talk in addition to a serious research of the main salient features of euthanasia perform within the Netherlands. The authors argue that euthanasia could be understood inside a historic context as a protest opposed to scientific energy. The e-book explores some of the arguments concerning the Dutch “experiment” that are correct to different nations presently contemplating laws during this area.
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55 It is not easily explained why these changes occurred so rapidly and intensively. 56 The power of medicine Given the advances of science and technology, the anthropological reorientation of medicine, the revival of general practice, and the intertwining of social legislation and health care, we can better understand why Van den Berg critiqued the recent and unprecedented power of medicine, and why his critique was well received at the time. As was also argued by proponents of anthropological medicine and protagonists of a new type of generalist The growth of medical power 41 physician, there was the danger that medicine through its new scientific and technological capacities could easily interfere with human interests and transgress the boundaries of meaningful life.
49 In the relatively short period between the second half of the 1960s and the end of the 1970s, drastic changes occurred. Religious beliefs, church involvement and the importance of religion in daily life all became less important. The Catholic part of the population was mostly affected. The large and powerful Catholic network of social institutions and organizations was rapidly dismantled. Catholic intellectuals disseminated new ideas promoting tolerance, freedom of individual conscience in ethical issues, and integration of Catholics into Dutch society.
The distinction between the science and the art of medicine was articulated. A debate ensued as to whether medical science was too much focused on studying and treating specific components and functions of the diseased organism (the hallmark of medical specialties) rather than treating the patient as a whole person (the hallmark of general practice). A 1959 editorial in the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde (Dutch Journal of Medicine) signals the roller-coaster of contemporary scientific and technical innovation but also points to the difficulties in applying the theoretical knowledge in daily practice.
Death and Medical Power by Henk ten Have, Jos Welie