Monthly Archives: October 2013

Tea Party and the “Mask of Anarchy”

I don’t think I’m the only one to notice that Percy Bysshe Shelley‘s “Mask of Anarchy” seems amazingly relevant to current efforts to suppress the voices and will of workers around the world. So, I’ve taken the poem almost verbatim, … Continue reading

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Houston Bioethics Meetup We are meeting tonight to discuss industry payments both to physicians and bioethicists.

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JAMA Forum: Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act—Invincible or Convincible?

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JAMA Forum: The Affordable Care Act After Week 1: What We Know and What We Don’t Yet Know

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Nussbaum and Rand on the Politics of Love

I’m currently reading Martha Nussbaum’s Political Emotions: Why Love Matters for Justice. Love is an important focus of the book, but it is certainly not the only emotion that Nussbaum considers important to a minimally decent society. Still, love (and … Continue reading

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Health Law Helper – Affordable Care Act Interactive Tool

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JAMA Forum: Looking Beyond the Millennium Development Goals Toward a Sustainable Development Agenda

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Patients’ Rights Survey Please take my patients’ rights survey. I am trying to learn about how patients (and potential patients: everyone) feel about informed consent, financial disclosure, medical research, and end-of-life decisions. There are only 20 questions and it is … Continue reading

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