'(East) Asia' as a platform for debate: grouping and bioethics

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Sleeboom-Faulkner, Margaret;
  • Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press

This article examines the use of the notions of “Asian” and “East Asian” in definitions of bioethics. Using examples from East Asia, I argue that the verbal Asianization of bioethics is based on the notion of “Asia” as a family metaphor and serves as a platform of bioet... View more
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