To facilitate discussion of moral arguments concerning medical paternalism, it serves great significant explaining what medical paternalism entails. In the health care docket, medical paternalism is a set of principles and practices in which health care provides determines the choices made by a patient should be honored. Up to the 20th century and in the mid 21st-century medical paternalism was considered an as appropriate in many West region since it seemed more beneficial to the patient than it was to the health care providers. Additionally, the notion of medical paternalism was characterized by a paternalistic attitude, surrogate decision making and also lacked respect for patient’s autonomy. following the level of illiteracy displayed by people in the past few decades, medical paternalism was considered a necessary medical practice (Lepping, Peter, & Bevinahalli, 95).