TRANSFORMATION OF ETHICAL NORMS IN SOCIETY IN THE ERA OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES

Ф. Г. Майленова (F.G. Mailenova )

Abstract


The development of modern medicine today directly depends on biomedical technology. Human life begins to depend more and more not only on the physician's personality (his knowledge and experience), but also on the level of technology development, availability of access to them. In this regard, the entire picture of the interaction between the doctor and the patient is gradually changing, ethical norms regulating these relationships are being transformed. Mostly clear and impressive these changes can be observed in the field of transplantology and organ donation. Dependence of the development of organ donation on the human factor, namely the presence / lack of donor organs, sets a special ethical tension. Hopes and fears associated with the implementation of the latest technologies, reflected in the cinema and literature, including science fiction.

How will the future medicine deal with ethical issues related to organ donation, will an alternative be found - a question that excites not only physicians, but also philosophers and ethics.

Keywords: biomedical technologies, bioethics, transplantology and organ donation, cyborgization, future medicine, ethical and philosophical problems of perception of corporeality.


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