Explain the two senses of Chambers’ title “Fiction of Bioethics.” How would the principlist paradigm analyze this case?

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Complete 6-page essay on bioethics based on the case below and answer the following questions . CASE: A 34-year-old man is pronounced brain-dead on arrival to the ER after a car accident. When his wife of five years arrives at the ER, she requests that his sperm be retrieved and frozen, stating that she and her husband had recently been trying to start a family. In the absence of anything documenting the husband’s wishes, the attending physician in the ER is adamantly opposed to granting this request. Question 1 (~2 pages): How would the principlist paradigm analyze this case? Which of the four principles are salient here? What are the relevant bioethical concepts according to the principlist paradigm. Explain. Question 2 (~2 pages): Chambers argues that bioethics cases are an example of a literary genre that by their construction already pre-determine what ethical analysis is possible and what is precluded. He argues that the ethics case write-up already biases us in favor of using principlism in the ethical analysis. Answer the following 3 sub-questions: 1. Explain the two senses of Chambers’ title “Fiction of Bioethics.” 2. Using each of the following 4 features of narratives outlined by Chambers (filter, character, closure, & reportability), show how this case highlights the “fictional” (i.e., subjective, perspectival) character of clinical ethics case write-ups. Define each feature and then explain its relevance to the example case. (1 paragraph each) 3. How is the ethical analysis of this case constrained and determined by the genre of the clinical ethics case? For example, what information/details/perspectives/content are omitted that would change your ethical analysis of this case? Give at least two examples of elements that are missing and explain how their inclusion might alter the ethical analysis given in Question 1. Question 3 (~2 pages): (a) Using the casuistical method, select one potential paradigm-case to use in analyzing this analogy-case. What paradigm-case did you select and why? (b) Name at least two moral features of the paradigm case that lend insight to the sperm-retrieval case. The paradigm-case can reveal ethical similarities or important ethical differences. (c) Then using thetechnique of “moral archaeology,” or “expanding the moral lens,” mine the analogy-case for at

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