Graduate studies at Western
Encounter Books (2008)
|Abstract||Part I: Science and the human prospect -- The spirit of modern science -- The human difference -- Bioethics in wartime -- Part II: The ethics of progress -- The embryo question -- Our genetic condition -- The commerce of the body -- A Jewish-Catholic bioethics -- Part III: From generation to generation -- Why have children -- In whose image shall we die.|
|Keywords||Technology Moral and ethical aspects|
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|Call number||BJ59.C595 2008|
|ISBN(s)||9781594032080 1594032084 1594032882 9781594032882|
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