Mark D. White, professor at CSI and author of “Kantian Ethics and Economics: Autonomy, Dignity, and Character,” was featured June 16, 2011 in The Washington Times Opinion page for his submission “The dignity of personal choice, Choosing lifesaving care – or not – shouldn’t be left to bureaucrats.”

EXCERPT: Much of the discussion about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has dealt with costs, unintended effects or constitutionality, which are all crucially important. But there has not been much mention of the deeper philosophical issues the ACA raises, such as its effects on human autonomy and dignity, both of which are endangered by the usurpation of personal health care choice by a government bureaucracy.

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