Lo público, lo privado y el espacio universitario. Reflexión bioética
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Background: In contemporary democracies, rules of conduct, in public places, are established by law and in private places, by morality. Between both, there is a middle area or interface given by community consensus. In the Community area, rules are consensual among its members. Institutions are an example of such situation. The University, as an institution, without contradicting the law, regulates and requires a behavior that is consistent with its purpose, beyond the private sphere, especially in the Schools of Medicine. We analyze what happens and the underlying purposes that represent the concept of University and Medicine. Special importance is given to ethical, social and cultural analyses.