6 edition of Philosophical Ethics in Reproductive Medicine found in the catalog.
by Manchester Univ Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Jennifer C. Jackson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
'First, do no harm' -- 8. Duties to give, and rights to get, health care -- 9. Distributive justice in health care -- Abortion -- Suicide, assisted suicide and euthanasia -- Killing and letting die -- Patients' deaths and doctors' decisions -- Moral issues in reproductive medicine -- The old and the new Self-Renewing This book provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to contemporary bioethics. It also presents provocative, philosophically informed arguments on current bioethical issues. Holland engages with debates ranging from the more familiar such as euthanasia, advance decisions to refuse treatment, and new reproductive technologies to the philosophical Author: Stephen Holland.
Christoph Rehmann-Sutter (b. 26 February in Laufenburg) is a philosopher and is holding a professorship for theory and ethics in biosciences at the Institute for History of Medicine and Science Studies at the University of Lübeck in Germany. Advanced reproductive age is a risk factor for women’s fertility, pregnancy loss, foetal abnormalities, stillbirth and obstetric complications. The American Society of Reproductive Medicine Ethics Committee recently evaluated the ethics of assisted reproduction practices in older women. Difficulties linked to older women preganacy can be.
The moral problems discussed in this book have emerged from professional practice in psychiatry. This chapter provides an understanding of philosophical ethics sufficient for reading other chapters and sufficient to appreciate the relevance of philosophical investigations for psychiatric ethics. Philosophical reflection is not by itself an adequate basis for professional . Reproductive ethics poses many of the most controversial issues of our time. Questions about the roles, rights, and responsibilities of parents force us to think about individual autonomy, the nature of the family, and relationships between private institutions and the state. And reproduction is not only about procreators but raises deeply divisive issues about gametes, embryos, fetal issue.
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Medical ethics is a difficult and controversial field and that part of it dealing with reproductive medicine is no exception. Our first conference on philosophical ethics in reproductive medicine (PERM 1) in discussed many of the controversies in this field.
Get this from a library. Philosophical ethics in reproductive medicine: proceedings of the First International Conference on Philosophical Ethics in Reproductive Medicine, University of Leeds, 18thnd April [David R Bromham; Maureen E Dalton; Jennifer C Jackson;].
Medical ethics is a difficult and controversial field and that part of it dealing with reproductive medicine is no exception. Our first conference on philosophical ethics in reproductive medicine (PERM 1) in discussed many of the controversies in this field. The acclaim it. This book provides a clear and stimulating introduction to bioethics - from the more familiar debates on euthanasia, living wills and new reproductive technologies such as IVF, through to the philosophical implications of recent developments in genetics such as prenatal genetic therapy, genetic enhancement and human cloning/5(5).
Holland engages with debates ranging from the more familiar – such as euthanasia, advance decisions to refuse treatment, and new reproductive technologies – to the philosophical implications of recent developments in genetics, including prenatal genetic therapy, genetic enhancement and human by: "Ethics in Reproductive and Perinatal Medicine is a student's dream book.
Strong presumes nothing; he elaborates the grounds for his arguments thoroughly, invoking the best philosophical and legal resources with extraordinary clarity."—James F. Keenan, America. Ethics of Assisted Reproductive Medicine compares and contrasts Western and Islamic models of bioethics to make the case that the Islamic perspective (taken from the Qur’an and the Sunnah) provides a viable and clear alternative that goes beyond the dominance of the secular and its various philosophical bases, to give Revelation and.
This book is aimed at analyzing the foundations of medical ethics by considering different moral theories and their implications for judgments in clinical practice and policy-making. It provides a review of the major types of ethical theory that can be applied to medical and bioethical issues concerning reproductive genetics.
Medical ethics is a difficult and controversial field and that part of it dealing with reproductive medicine is no exception.
Our first conference on philosophical ethics in reproductive medicine (PERM 1) in discussed many of the controversies in this : David R. Bromham. Medicine continues to serve as an interesting paradigm for philosophers to explore novel theories about life, death, mind, suffering and meaning.
Philosophy, however, has not served medicine quite so well as a source of knowledge and discipline to resolve the contemporary moral dilemmas found in health care.
Cloning for research and therapy involves the creation of an embryo via SCNT, but instead of transferring the cloned embryo to the uterus in order to generate a pregnancy, it is used to obtain pluripotent stem cells.
It is thus not the intention to use the embryo for reproductive purposes. Embryonic stem cells offer powerful tools for. Anita Silvers, PhD is a professor in and the chair of the Department of Philosophy at San Francisco State University and a community member of the San Francisco General Hospital Ethics Committee.
Silvers has been awarded the American Philosophical Association Quinn Prize for service to philosophy and philosophers and the Phi Beta Kappa Society Lebowitz Cited by: 1. Career: Researcher Specialty: Medical Ethics Item type: book ISBN: Ethics in reproductive and perinatal medicine: A new framework.
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This paper analyzes the underlying tendencies and attitudes toward reproductive medicine borrowing the Nietzschean concepts of nihilism: “death of God” with secularization; “will to power” with reproductive liberty and technological power; and the race of “supermen” with transhumanism.
Medical science has advanced in leaps and bounds.Now available – Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine – 68 chapters spanning over pages. This is the first wide-ranging, multi-authored handbook in the field of philosophy of medicine, covering the underlying conceptual issues of many important social, political and ethical issues in health care.This timely anthology helps students examine the normative and conceptual issues raised by recent innovations in human reproduction, including in vitro fertilization, embryo transfer, and surrogate motherhood.
Broad-based and interdisciplinary, it gathers together essays of remarkable depth and philosophical sophistication by legal scholars, health care professionals.