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Table of Contents
                            Contents
Part I. FOUNDATIONS
	1. Foundations in Moral Theory
		Principles, Rules, and Rights
		Three Principles
		Balancing Moral Principles and Rights
		Conclusion
		Notes
	2. Foundations in Legal Theory
		Moral Principles and Legal Rights
		Common Law and the Legal Doctrine
		Constitutional Law and the Right to Privacy
		Conclusion
		Notes
Part II. A HISTORY OF INFORMED CONSENT
	3. Pronouncement and Practice in Clinical Medicine
		Problems of Historical Interpretation
		Codes and Treatises from Hippocrates to the AMA
		American Medical Practices in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
		The Arrival of Informed Consent
		Conclusion: Everything's Changed, and Nothing's Changed
		Notes
	4. Consent and the Courts: The Emergence of the Legal Doctrine
		Reading Law
		Consent Before the Twentieth Century
		The Early Twentieth-Century Cases: The Birth of Basic Consent
		1957–1972: Consent Becomes Informed
		1972–Present: Informed Consent Flourishes
		Conclusion
		Notes
	5. The Development of Consent Requirements in Research Ethics
		Consent in the Biomedical Sciences
		Consent in the Behavioral Sciences
		Conclusion
		Notes
	6. The Evolution of Federal Policy Governing Human Research
		Early Federal Recognition—Two DHEW Agencies from 1962–1974
		Later Federal Developments: Two Commissions and New Regulations from 1974–1983
		Conclusion
		Notes
Part III. A THEORY OF INFORMED CONSENT
	7. The Concept of Autonomy
		Autonomy and Informed Consent
		Three Conditions of Autonomous Action
		Is Authenticity a Necessary Condition?
		Conclusion
		Notes
	8. The Concepts of Informed Consent and Competence
		Two Concepts of Informed Consent
		Competence to Consent: The Gatekeeping Concept
		Conclusion
		Notes
	9. Understanding
		Understanding and Authorizing
		Criteria of Substantial Understanding
		Standards of Understanding and Disclosure
		Communication and the Understanding of Information
		Conclusion
		Notes
	10. Coercion, Manipulation, and Persuasion
		Coercion
		Persuasion
		Manipulation
		Conclusion
		Notes
Index
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