Bioethics: A Philosophical Introduction

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Pt. 1: Moral status -- Stem cell therapy -- Xenotransplantation -- Concluding remarks -- Pt. 2: Life, death, and killing -- The value of life -- What is death? -- Killing versus letting die -- Concluding remarks -- Pt. 3: Personal identity -- Prenatal genetic intervention -- Advance directives -- Concluding remarks -- Pt. 4: The normativity of the 'natural' -- Managing reproduction -- Genetic enhancement -- Human cloning -- Concluding remarks: Deontic constraints on biomedicine.
Keywords Medical ethics  Bioethics
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Call number R724.H586 2003
ISBN(s) 0745626173   0745626181   9780745626185
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