Cambridge University Press (2008)
|Abstract||This book treats the question of what a human person is and the ethical and political controversies of abortion, hedonism and drug-taking, euthanasia, and sex ethics. It defends the position that human beings are both body and soul, with a fundamental and morally important difference from other animals. It defends the traditional position on the most controversial specific moral and political issues of the day|
|Keywords||Philosophical anthropology Ethics|
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|Call number||BD450.L3735 2008|
|ISBN(s)||0521882486 9780521124195 9780521882484|
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