THE GUINEA PIG - THE ISAAC OF POSTMODERNITY? (Królik doswiadczalny - Izaak ponowoczesnosci?)
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In the background of this personal reflection (the author is a histopathologist) about medical experiments conducted on animals lies professional interest and medical practice. The author demonstrates the numerous ethical and cognitive complications associated with various attitudes towards such experiments. He argues that there are no simple solutions as regards medical research involving animals, and postulates to avoid unambiguous ethical fore-judgements in favour of a careful examination of each individual case.
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