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In approximately 250 words, summarize and explain Kenneth Kipnis’ main argument about confidentiality in “A Defense of Unqualified Medical Confidentiality”. Be sure you explain what Kipnis means by unqualified confidentiality, why he thinks that this is the morally best policy, and why this argument is “paradoxical”. Note that this is not a true paradox, strictly speaking, but rather that the result is counterintuitive.
You are not being asked to summarize Kipnis’ whole article, but only his main argument with a careful attention to the reasons given. Recall what an argument is: a series of premises (reasons) leading up to a conclusion. You may wish to place the argument in standard form as discussed in Nolt’s “Fundamentals of Logic” (i.e. list and number the premises and conclusion) in order to make the reasoning more clear, but you must also explain the argument in standard prose. Also, note that you are not being asked to evaluate Kipnis’ argument, just to summarize and explain it.
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