Me Voici, here I am, here I stand, I can do no other
Loumansky, Amanda (2000) Me Voici, here I am, here I stand, I can do no other. Law and critique, 11 (3). pp. 287-300. ISSN 1572-8617
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This article offers a Levinasian reading of the case of Airedale N.H.S. Trust v Bland (1993). My contention is that the judicial reasoning that gave rise to the decision that Anthony Bland should die was driven by an ontological imperative I submit from a Levinasian perspective the decision was ethically indefensible because it failed to recognise Anthony Bland as the other.
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