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For the consequentialist, by contrast, liberty violation in this circumstance would be morally permissible, or even required. What is the source of the moral imperative attached to respect for autonomy on the nonconsequentialist account? An important view holds The Importance of Justified Beliefs about Material Facts 37 autonomy to be a constitutive trait of persons, and that it is the moral status of persons that grounds an obligation to respect personal autonomy. A foundational interpretation of personhood derives from Immanuel Kant, who held the defining feature of persons to be rationality.
Therefore, decisions that balance the risks and benefits of a contemplated health care intervention need to take into account the individual’s particular goals and values for that individual’s interests to be properly served. Further, in order to weigh the relative merits of a certain procedure, the individual needs to be adequately informed and rational. A substantially autonomous individual will demonstrate an adequate understanding of material facts and have a capacity to rationally consider them.
Moreover, the clinic has introduced a protocol requiring that all patients be reminded to read and heed product information, which the doctor in this case has ignored. Given the existence of this more rigorous standard, and the ready availability of drug information, it is dubious that a simple assurance by the doctor can be construed as adequate grounds on which to justify a belief. It is more plausible that a justified belief in this case would require consideration of the best available evidence to which the patient could reasonably be expected to have access.