Richard T. Hull, SUNYAB Professor Emeritus Department of Philosophy Medical Ethics, Patient Rights, Value
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Published Reviews, Citations and Acknowledgments of Work
Jerome A. Schaffer, "Criteria for Mind-Body Identity: A Rejoinder," Behaviorism, 2 (11): 120-123, Spring 1974. (A reply to "On Taking Causal Criteria to be Ontologically Significant," Behaviorism 1(2): 65-76, Summer 1973. A rejoinder, "Psycho-physical Correlations and Ontology," was published in Behaviorism, 2(2): 194-199, Fall 1974).
Anonymous, "Manipulating Human Genes Challenges Disease Concepts," Buffalo Courier-Express, December 25, 1973. (Article on "Conflicts Between Scientific and Humanistic Views of Genetic Manipulation," delivered at a symposium on the genetic manipulation of mankind held at the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point) (not Madison, as reported in the article).
Susan A. Camardo, "Disease Concept in Question Thanks to Genetic Tinkering," State University of New York at Buffalo The Reporter, 5:(15): 2, January 17, 1974. (An article on "On Getting 'Genetic' Out of 'Genetic Disease'" in Contemporary Issues in Biomedical Ethics, ed. by J. W. Davis, B. Hoffmaster, S. Shorten (Clifton, N.J., The Humana Press, 1978), pp. 71-87, and "Why 'Genetic' Disease?" in Genetic Counseling: Facts, Values and Norms, ed. by A. Capron, M. Lappé, R. F. Murray, Jr., T. M. Powledge, and S. Twiss, (New York, National Foundation March of Dimes Birth Defects Original Article Series, 1978), pp. 57-69.
Anonymous, "New Role Seen Aid in Consent: 'Co-Investigator' Model Favored in Therapy, Medical Experimentation," U.S. Medicine, 11(9): 2, 20, May 1975. (Article based on "Patient Rights and Responsibilities: Informed Consent," presented at a Workshop on Ethical Issues in Health Care. State University of New York at Buffalo 25 April 1975; later published as "Patient Rights and Responsibilities: Questions of Consent," in Matters of Life and Death: Crises in Bio-Medical Ethics, ed. by John Thomas, Toronto, Samuel Stevens, pp. 277-297 (1978).)
Theodore Friedman, "The Future for Gene Therapy: A Re-evaluation," Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 265: 141-52 (1976). (Comments on "Philosophical Considerations in the Growing Potential for Human Genetic Control" in the same issue.)
John Kekes, A Justification of Rationality (Albany: SUNY Press, 1976). (Thanks for correspondence on early drafts of book.)
Alan Soble, "Deception in Social Science Research: Is Informed Consent Possible?" Hastings Center Report, 8(5): 40-46, October 1978. (Cited as suggesting in a personal communication the combination of prior general consent with proxy consent as a means of preserving the protection of informed consent without destroying the epistemological functions of deception.)
Sumner B. Twiss, "Problems of Social Justice in Applied Human Genetics," in Capron et al., eds., Genetic Counseling: Facts, Values and Norms, New York: National Foundation March of Dimes Birth Defects Original Articles Series, 1978). (Comments on "Why 'Genetic Disease'?" paper in the same volume.)
Edmund L. Erde, "Philosophical Considerations Regarding Defining 'Health', 'Disease', etc. and Their Bearing on Medical Practice," Ethics in Science and Medicine, 6: 31-48 (1979). (Comments on "Why 'Genetic Disease'?" chapter in Genetic Counseling: Facts, Values and Norms, ed. by Capron et al., 1978.)
Charles R. Scriver, "Phenylketonuria: Epitome of Human Biochemical Genetics" (Part I), New England Journal of Medicine, 303: 1336-1342 (December 4, 1980). (Comments on "On Getting 'Genetic' Out of 'Genetic Disease'," in Davis et al., eds., Contemporary Issues in Biomedical Ethics (1978.)
(Anonymous), "DNA 'Ethics' Growing Social Issue," U. S. Medicine, 16(19): 1, 20-21 (October 1, 1980). (Brief report on testimony given before the President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research.)
Joan O. Weiss, "Psycho-social Stress in Genetic Disorders: A Guide for Social Workers," Social Work in Health Care, 6(4): 17-31, 1981. (Comments on "Why 'Genetic Disease'?" chapter.)
Edmund L. Erde, "Notions of Teams and Team Talk in Health Care: Implications for Responsibilities," Law, Medicine and Health Care, 9(5): October 1981. (Reply to "Models of Nurse/Patient/Physician Relations," Kansas Nurse, 1980. A rejoinder was published as "Reply to Erde's 'Notions of Teams and Team Talk in Health Care: Implications for Responsibilities'," Law, Medicine and Health Care, 9(6): 2, December 1981. (Erde retorts in the same issue.)
Mary F. Kohnke, "Illusion and Reality: Articulating the Difference," Nursing Outlook, 30(3): 151, March 1982. (Comment on "Accountability and Responsibility, Analyzed," Nursing Outlook 29(10): 707-712, December 1981.)
Wendy Arndt Hunt, "Sexism Plagues Nursing and Medicine," U.B. Today, 3(3), June 1982. (Article on "Sexism in Nursing and Medicine," Nursing Outlook, 1982.)
Vincent Barry, Moral Aspects of Health Care. (Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1982. ("I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge those who helped shape Moral Aspects of Health Care. . . . Others were professor of philosophy Richard T. Hull of the State University of New York at Buffalo, whose detailed reviews were extraordinarily useful."
Paula Voell, "To Live or Let Die," The Buffalo News, June 21, 1984 (B 9-11). (Article on Selective Abortion in Medical Ethics class.)
Ruth M. Barrett, M.D. "Letter to the Editor," The Upstate Physician, December 1983, (Comment on "Informed Consent and Malpractice Management," same Journal, October 1983. A reply was published in the February 1984 issue of the same Journal.)
Eric T. Juengst, The Concept of Genetic Disease and Theories of Medical Progress, Ph.D. Dissertation, Georgetown University, 1985. (Extensive discussion of "Why 'Genetic Disease'?" and "On Getting 'Genetic' Out of 'Genetic Disease.'" Juengst later became the Executive Director of the Ethics component of the Human Genome Project.)
Connie Oswald Stofko, "The Rights of Animals," State University of New York at Buffalo The Reporter, 17(26): 13 (April 10, 1986). (Discussion of conference presentation on animal rights at Canisius College.)
Phyllis R. Schultz and Robert C. Schultz, "Interview: Mila Ann Aroskar," Family Community Health, 10(1): 83-85 (1987). (Discussion with Aroskar of co-teaching a philosophy and medicine course.)
Mary Jean W. Paxton, "Review of Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies [edited] by Richard T. Hull," Science Books and Films, 26(1): 32, Sept/Oct 1990.
Ben Wilfond, "Review of Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies, [edited] by Richard T. Hull," Society for Health and Human Values Student Bulletin, 2(1): 6-7, September, 1991.
R. Bruce Hatfield, "Book Probes the Ethical and Moral Dilemmas of Reproductive Technologies" (Review of Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies [edited] by Richard T. Hull), The Medical Post, October 15, 1991.
Howard J. Curzer, Review of Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies [edited] by Richard T. Hull, Theoretical Medicine, 12:91-95, 1991.
Andrea Bell Bonnicksen, "Not Quite a Full Deck: Fifty-One Essays on the New Reproductive Technologies," Medical Humanities Review 6(1): 53-59, January. 1992. Review of Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies, edited by Richard T. Hull, and three other collections.
Thomas M. Garrett, Harold W. Baillie, and Rosellen M. Garrett, Health Care Ethics: Principles and Problems. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1989; 2nd ed. 1993. (First edition cites "Informed Consent: Patient's Right or Patient's Duty," The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 10 (1985): 183- 197; the second edition cites that article and also Ethical Issues in the New Reproductive Technologies, Belmont: Wadsworth, 1990.)
Tom Beauchamp and Le Roy Walters, eds., Contemporary Issues in Bioethics, 4th edition (Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth Pub., Co., 1994). (Thanks given as reviewer.)
Brendan Minogue, Bioethics: A Committee Approach (Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1995). (Acknowledgment of "very valuable suggestions.")
Paul S. Penner, Altruistic Behavior: An Inquiry into Motivation (Amsterdam and Atlanta, Ga.: Editions Rodopi, 1995). Acknowledges a debt of gratitude "to my primary mentor Richard Hull for his unfailing support, encouragement, and practical advice during my transformation to a career in writing."
Gerald J. Erion, "Finding the Faults of No-Fault Naturalism," Behavior and Philosophy, 25 (1) (Spring 1997): 29-41. "I am grateful to Richard T. Hull for his generous assistance with early drafts of this paper." "In his comments on an earlier draft of this paper, Richard T. Hull pointed out that the compatibilist's account of autonomy implies the uncomfortable consequence that Gretchen's drug use is both free (since it is done in accord with her liking of the drugs) and not free (since it is done in opposition to her hatred of her addition) at the same time."
Joel Thomas Tierno. Descartes on God and Human Error. (Highlands, N. J.: Humanities Press International, 1997): "I wish to acknowledge the support and assistance of Prof. Richard T. Hull (and others). They all read and commented on an earlier version of this text. I owe each a debt of gratitude for their thoughtful comments. This is surely a better book as a consequence of their efforts. Of course, I alone am responsible for any errors it may contain."
Bennie R. Crockett, Jr. Addresses of the Mississippi Philosophical Association. (Amsterdam and Atlanta, Ga.: Editions Rodopi, 2000): "I acknowledge with gratitude Dr. Richard T. Hull, editor of the special series-Histories and Addresses of Philosophical Societies-in which this book appears. Richard always gave prompt, precise, and helpful advice in the production of this book; he is an exemplary professional who made my work much easier. Without his support, this project would not have been completed."
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