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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Paul, Ellen F., Miller, Fred D., Jr., Paul, Jeffrey
The essays in this volume explore questions about privacy that are relevant to ethical philosophy and political theory, ranging from discussing the role that privacy plays in American constitutional theory to examining the proper extent of access to medical information and the normative status of the right to die.Paul, Ellen F. is the author of 'Right to Privacy' with ISBN 9780521786218 and ISBN 0521786215.
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