PHI-413V8. : PHI-413V1. Ethical and Spiritual Decision

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Running head:PHI-413V1Ethical and Spiritual Decision Making in Health CareStudent NameInstitution
PHI-413V2Principalism, especially in the context of bioethics in the United States, has oftenbeen critiqued for raising the principle of autonomy to the highest place, such that ittrumps all other principles or values. How would you rank the importance of each of thefour principles? How do you believe they would be ordered in the context of the Christianbiblical narrative?Pricipalism is known as the four key principles since its contemplations have four goodprinciples that are the structure of bioethics created by Thomas Beauchamp and James Childres(Four Principles of Biomedical Ethics 2007). Four key principles incorporate four first-partymiddle-level moral principles, which usually have non-ranked moral principles: With thebackground of Christian, I would rank the four principals as:Respect for autonomy: A principle that requires regard for the capacity of theautonomous individual to decide.Non-maleficence: A commitment to purposefully hurt (no harm)Beneficence: Beneficiary activity is improved the situation the advantage of others. Theuseful move can be made to help prevent or wipe out harm or to enhance the state of others.Justice: A group of principles requires reasonable dispersion of hazard and costadvantage.Respect for autonomy:Any idea of settling on moral choices accept that rationalspecialists are associated with making on voluntary and informed choices. In the decision ofhealth services, our regard for the autonomy of the patient will be in the general trend, showingthat the patient can work intentionally, with knowledge, and without controlling those impacts,
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