How to Combine Universal and Particular Elements in the Distributive Process
An unavoidable conflict lurks between the universal ethical principles and the particular needs which govern the distribution of goods in public health. This causes unacceptable inequalities. Three maxims are proposed in order to overcome possible inequalities in distribution of scarce indivisible goods such as post mortem donor organs.
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