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“This book presents an in-depth analysis of informed consent and proxy consent … and offers a robust anthropology and virtue ethic consistent with Roman Catholic teaching to justify and guide these principles. … The book is researched and written at a high academic level, but it is also very accessible and would be appropriate for philosophers, bioethicists, physicians, researchers, students, and interested readers. … this book is wonderfully refreshing in its analysis, argumentation, and thesis. … an important work in both secular and Catholic bioethics.” (Gina M. Fullam, Doody’s Review Service, May, 2011)