The moral entrepreneur
Hans-Martin Sass is the prototype of the moral entrepreneur. In the early days of
bioethics there was a small group of individual experts who always took the lead,
initiated projects, organized meetings, and launched edited books. Meeting with
Hans-Martin always resulted in at least one new idea and activity. He therefore
played a great role in promoting the new discipline in Germany. But at the same
time, he had a much larger scope in mind...
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