Where did Nazi doctors learn their ethics? From a textbook

Posted May 8, 2017 3:12 pm by Alex Schadenberg

Where did Nazi doctors learn their ethics? From a textbook

This article was written by Michael Cook and published by Mercatornet on May 2, 2017. Note from Alex Schadenberg:Many people are concerned about the influence that Peter Singer has had on bioethics. When you read this article, you will agree that your concerns about Peter Singer are valid. They had plenty of ethics. It was just the wrong kind of ethics.  They had plenty of ethics. It was just the wrong kind – See more at: https://www.mercatornet.com/features/view/19727#sthash.oTesqVGv.dpufThey had plenty of ethics. It was just the wrong kind – See more at: https://www.mercatornet.com/features/view/19727#sthash.oTesqVGv.dpufPhysician Karl Brandt (center) By Michael CookGerman medicine under Hitler resulted in

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