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So entsteht ein nachdenklich stimmender Bildteppich, der mit raffinierten Lichteffekten und in seiner Stofflichkeit an barocke Stillleben erinnert. Sie programmieren beispielsweise Mikroben so um, dass sie in der Lage sind, Rohstoffe herzustellen. Doch welche Risiken bergen die neuen Techniken? Einen zweiten wichtigen Aspekt bilden die Probleme, die mit der Differenzierung in der heutigen Zeit verbunden sind.
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Dieses Wissen wird heute vielseitig genutzt, um auf das Individuum Mensch speziell einzuwirken. Einer dieser Bereiche ist auch die Schule und der damit verbundene Unterricht. Denn jeder Mensch, jedes Kind, somit jedes Individuum hat unterschiedliche Begabungen, konstitutionelle Voraussetzungen, Talente oder Interessen.
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Diese Begebenheit stellt nicht nur Mediziner vor vollkommen neu formulierte Fragestellungen. Auch die deutsche Bundesregierung ist gezwungen, verbindl. In order to place the questions in perspective, whether the protection of individual autonomy or rather the development of collective benefits should be the guideline of the decision to participate, apart from all interesting, academic special debates, legal standards must be observed in pluralistic societies.
Each person possesses an inviolability founded on justice that even the welfare of society as a whole cannot override.
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For this reason, justice denies that the loss of freedom for some is made right by a greater good shared by others. It does not allow that the sacrifices imposed on a few are outweighed by the larger sum of advantages enjoyed by many. Therefore, in a just society, the liberties of equal citizenship are taken settled; the rights secured by justice are not subject to political bargaining or to the calculus of social interests. Rawls :3—4. Thus, Rawls argues that societal culturally a common consensus can never be postulated over worthwhile goals and preferences of lifestyle.
Within this citizens then achieve certified rights. Where this does not apply, it should be questioned critically, whether an obligation to participate exists in the sense of Schaefer et al. Ultimately, medical research is not dispensed by the legal-theoretical principle, which permits the freedom of a person may he be the researcher himself or the invalid who is hoping for a cure to only go so far that he does not limit the freedom of another person, here in the image of the participant.
In this respect, the reverse of the burden of proof that is propagated by Schaefer et al. This applies especially to the utilitarian reverse of the current burden of proof, which demands a justification obligation from those who require participation in the research, but who misalign this obligation to those who do not wish to make their data and specimens available to biomedical research. In this section, it is intended to demonstrate why communitarian requirements toward the limitation of the personal private sphere should also be observed critically.
Bartha M. Knoppers and Ruth Chadwick postulated that the technological advance in medical research to date has permitted successfully practiced ethical principles such as autonomy, privacy, justice, quality, and equity to now appear to be outmoded. This trend posed a challenge to bioethics to include other, up to now, ignored ethical criteria. Knoppers and Chadwick determined that a new form or a new understanding of reciprocity is being established in human genetic research, which assumes the requirements of researchers as well as the requirements of the donors of physical specimens and personal data.
Thus, not only more recognition for participation in human genetic studies was achieved, but rather diverse, comprehensive participation agreements were presented, which not only could address augmented preferences for individual participation, but rather permit the researcher more possibilities to use the specimens for various purposes. Furthermore, it is emphasized that mutuality is also a value that must be considered, since families demonstrate a common genetic pool; upon discovery of life-threatening genetic factors, relatives should not be left in ignorance about shared genes that are co-responsible causes of illnesses.
Against the background of this interpretation of the profound interwoven status of the individual in social and especially familial relationships, Knoppers and Chadwick ask the question whether a social obligation does not exist to demonstrate responsibility and to make his own data available to general medical research in solidarity with potential invalids. In addition, the question is asked of the general citizenry to consider the medical-ethical problem not merely from an individual viewpoint, but rather either from a perspective of an entire technical discipline, an interest group, or even simply from the viewpoint that is represented by the whole society and therefore would be related to positions that clearly exceed the individual limits of interest groups.
Finally, both indicate the principle of universality that a general obligation is derived from the commonality of genetic material of all humans to treat the weakness of genetic material constructively, not least through participation in studies which serve all of mankind Knoppers and Chadwick In order to achieve a differentiated view, two different understandings of freedom, presented by the political theoretician and social philosopher Isaiah Berlin, can be used to investigate the communitarian approach since the question of health and research, which serves it, are ultimately also questions of freedom.
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In the following section, one can thus speak of negative as well as a positive private sphere. If the telos of freedom is conceived as being able to lead an autonomous life, then spelling out the conditions for such an autonomous life brings to light that civil liberties alone are not sufficient for the protection of autonomy, but that autonomy is reliant upon these civil liberties being substantialized in rights and claims regarding the protection of privacy. It is now imperative to further investigate this relationship between positive and negative freedom on the one hand and positive and negative privacy on the other hand for the sake of a critical examination with the self-designated communitarian position of Chadwick, Knoppers et al.
Concisely worded, Isaiah Berlin defined positive freedom as a freedom to something, while negative freedom was paraphrased by him as a freedom from something Berlin The positive freedom thus signifies possibilities that arise in the sense of realizing freedom to do or become something and thereby to self-actualize. It is derived from the need of the individual to fashion his own life and to make decisions dependent on himself instead on external factors. Berlin formulated:.
I wish to be a subject, not an object; to be moved by reasons, by conscious purposes, which are my own, not by causes which affect me, as it were, from outside.
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I wish to be somebody, not nobody; a doer—deciding, not being decided for, self-directed and not acted upon by external nature or by other men as if I were a thing, or an animal, or a slave incapable of playing a human role, that is, of conceiving goals and policies of my own and realizing them. Berlin This would be an instance of positive freedom, since this decision is taken without outside pressure and is the result of free, own decision. This would be equivalent to a limitation of positive freedom, because the right of self-determination finds its limit in the content of the signed informed consent and thus the complete self-determination is no longer given as a fundamental condition of positive freedom.
In fact this is less the case with a detailed informed consent, where an explicit consent must be given to one concrete research and researchers must be bound to the concrete wishes of the volunteer, but the alternative form of broad consent and open consent or generic consent offer the researchers a broader latitude in which they no longer must coordinate in detail with the volunteers and thereby can significantly limit positive freedom. Admittedly, Berlin had determined that the idea of positive freedom can also be abused. However, logical reasoning is usually given preference above all else that is defined as being irrational.
The higher autonomous self must defend himself against the lower, heterogeneous nature; the latter must be disciplined and domesticated Berlin A problematic aspect of this splitting by Isaiah Berlin is consequently the possibility of being able to legitimize obligations on the rational level with emphasis on rationality which can no longer clearly be differentiated from coercion. Berlin phrased in the following way:. This renders it easy for me to conceive of myself as coercing others for their own sake, in their, not my, interest. I am then claiming that I know what they truly need better than they know it themselves.
In a clinical scenario, this could signify that if a moment of decision-making for or against participation in a study would cause a conflict between reason and moral intuition, the doctor as well as the researcher could persist in the primacy of rationality, be it derived from trust in communitarian values or be it derived from self-serving motives.
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If the moral intuition urged a rejection, since anxiety exists in the background about the misuse of donated DNA or data and the desire for negative freedom would be manifested, the doctor or researcher could propagate communitarian ideals on the level of understanding, such as solidarity and universality; he could thus promote a paradigm of positive freedom. Since in our cultural area, reason tends to be given the advantage and it awakens the appearance of self-evidence, it would be difficult to avoid well-intentioned arguments; thus, a dependent moment of decision would be created.
This would be legitimized given that an object of suppression, if he were only more rational and enlightened, would exhibit a different behavior without coercion. An arbitrary situation would indeed not be created, because the communitarian, ethical framework should apply to everyone; however, the freedom of mankind would be curtailed, as described in a special manner by John Harris and C.
The oppressive situation to be feared turns out to be relevant even by inspecting the argument of Bartha Knoppers and Ruth Chadwick. Thus, real dangers in fact exist that stigmatization, discrimination, and not yet foreseeable future dangers could appear for a volunteer, which are given through ever-improved possibilities for the interpretation of DNA, medical, and lifestyle-related data Murray However, they could rapidly appear as improbable individual risks by certain interpretations of a doctor or researcher, which still appear to be acceptable with regard to higher values such as reciprocity, mutuality, solidarity, citizenry, and universality Knoppers and Chadwick Thus, it is not surprising that even Ruth Chadwick quite early posed the question, whether at least a moral obligation to participate in human genome studies should exist, and thereby proposed the same requirements as utilitarian bioethicists:.
We also contend that the benefits of research could be shared more widely by those who profit, and that there is a duty to participate in research that could move medicine forwards on the basis of solidarity.