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Earning points for moral behaviour. Organ allocation based on reciprocity


An Ravelingien
By An Ravelingien
with A. Krom in International Journal of Applied Philosophy 2005; 19(1): 73-83

Posted: Jan 6, 2005


An Ravelingien was a fellow of the IEET, and is an assistant researcher in bioethics at the Department of Philosophy, Ghent University.
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