8 edition of The Moral Status Of Persons Perspectives on Bioethics. found in the catalog.
by Rodopi Bv Editions
Written in English
|Series||Value Inquiry Book Series, 96; Value Inquiry Book Series 96|
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|Number of Pages||246|
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: The Moral Status Of Persons Perspectives on Bioethics. (Value Inquiry Book Series 96) (): Becker, Gerhold K.: BooksPrice: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages.
Contents: The moral status of persons: introduction / Gerhold K. Becker Acknowledgments. Gerhold K. BECKER: The Moral Status of Persons: Introduction. PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONHOOD. ONE Ruiping FAN: Can We Have a General Conception of Personhood in Bioethics.
TWO Johannes H.C. SUN: Are All Human Beings Persons. THREE Michael QUANTE: Personal Identity as Basis for Autonomy. PART II: EASTERN PERSPECTIVES. The Moral Status of Persons,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei.
The Moral Status of Persons: Perspectives on Bioethics Editor: Gerhold K. Becker The Moral Status of Persons: Introduction Gerhold K. Becker Part I Foundations of Personhood One Can We Have a General Conception of Personhood in Bioethics. Ruiping Fan Two Are All Human Beings Persons.
Johannes H. Sun. The most remarkable feature of James Dwyer's book is that it turns this picture on its head. The author argues that, far from thinking that they are less morally considerable than adults, we should regard children as having higher moral status than adults.' Anca Gheaus Source: Metapsychology Online Reviews.
Fan, R. Can we have a general conception of personhood in bioethics. In G. Becker (Ed.) The moral status of persons: Perspectives on bioethics (pp. 15–27). Amsterdam: Rodopi. Google Scholar. This second edition of A Companion to Bioethics, fully revised and updated to reflect the current issues and developments in the field, covers all the material that the reader needs to thoroughly grasp the ideas and debates involved in bioethics.
Thematically organized around an unparalleled range of issues, including discussion of the moral status of embryos.
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Opposing the President's Council on Bioethics, 2 which claims the embryo is “‘one of us,' a member of the human family”, Brock says, “the moral status of human persons does not derive simply from their species membership.
Rather, it must be some properties of humans ”. In bioethics potentiality is almost exclusively discussed in connection with the so called “moral status” of the human embryo.
In the few other bioethical contexts, where potentiality plays a. philosophical perspectives on bioethics Download philosophical perspectives on bioethics or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get philosophical perspectives on bioethics book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. An alternative viewpoint that receives far less attention is a natural law perspective on ethics and medicine.
given the regrettable dearth of introductory books on bioethics from a natural law perspective, that his manuscript should be enlarged, updated and completed Knowing who is a person with full moral status In Luke 10 Luke tells.
The term “African bioethics” is more often used by some Sub-Saharan African (SSA) authors to denote an African framework of resolving pertinent moral dilemmas arising in the interface of human persons with biomedical sciences, as juxtaposed against what is deemed “Western bioethics paradigms/theories, considered otherwise as a form of “moral/ethical imperialism”.
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Much recent attention has been devoted to the "animal question" -- consideration of the moral status of nonhuman animals. In this book, David Gunkel takes up the "machine question": whether and to what extent intelligent and autonomous machines of our own making can be considered to have legitimate moral responsibilities and any legitimate Reviews: Looking at human life from a developmental perspective, Sandel sees no "bright line," no biologically determined moment when such a life acquires the moral status of a person.
The process is gradual. "To regard an embryo as a mere thing open to any use we may desire or devise does, it seems to me, miss its significance as potential human life. It is a rare scholarly book in moral philosophy or bioethics that has such extraordinary pedagogical promise.
The second chapter describes the moral revolution about the moral status of the bodies of the dead. In the clinical setting, a patient newly declared to have died -- either by cardiopulmonary or brain-function criteria -- no longer exists.
Most moral theories recognize a strong moral obligation or duty not to harm others. But few theories posit the existence of an obligation or duty to give gifts to other people. Gift-giving behavior is viewed as morally laudable, but it is not often seen as mandatory.
Finally, the book addresses questions about separating conjoined twins as well as the issue of whether the species of an individual makes a difference for the individual's moral status.
Christopher Kaczor critiques some of the most recent and influential positions in bioethics, while eschewing both consequentialism and principalism.
The introduction presents a theoretical framework for the book, defining the term “bioethics” as extending well beyond human well-being to wider relations between humans, nonhuman animals, the environment, and biotechnologies. Three sections then explore the complex relationship between moral value, scientific knowledge, and policy making.Contemporary Issues in Bioethics: A Catholic Perspective applies the best of the Roman Catholic theological and ethical tradition to some of the most controversial and complex bioethical topics that confront contemporary society.
Authors James Walter and Thomas Shannon offer a fresh analysis from the Catholic tradition and show how a specifically Catholic perspective. Bioethics: Principles, Issues, and Cases, Fourth Edition, explores the philosophical, medical, social, and legal aspects of key bioethical issues.
Opening with a thorough introduction to ethics, bioethics, and moral reasoning, it then covers influential moral theories and the criteria for evaluating them.