Linked bibliography for the SEP article "The Definition of Death" by David DeGrazia

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Other Important Works

  • Bagheri, A., 2007, “Individual Choice in the Definition of Death,” Journal of Medical Ethics, 33: 146–149. (Scholar)
  • Bernat, J.L., 2010, “How the Distinction between ‘Irreversible’ and ‘Permanent’ Illuminates Circulatory-Respiratory Death Determination,” Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 35: 242–255. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2006, “Are Organ Donors after Cardiac Death Really Dead?Journal of Clinical Ethics 17: 122–32. (Scholar)
  • Culver, C. and B. Gert, 1982, Philosophy in Medicine, New York: Oxford University Press, ch. 10. (Scholar)
  • DeGrazia, D., 2014, “The Nature of Human Death,” in S. Luper (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Life and Death, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 80–100. (Scholar)
  • Gardiner, D., et al., 2012, “International Perspective on the Diagnosis of Death,” British Journal of Anaesthesia, 108 (S1): i14–i28. (Scholar)
  • Halevy, A., 2001, “Beyond Brain Death?Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, 26: 493–501. (Scholar)
  • Institute of Medicine, 2006, Organ Donation: Opportunities for Action, Washington, DC: National Academy Press. (Scholar)
  • Jonas, H., 1974, “Against the Stream,” in H. Jonas, Philosophical Essays: From Ancient Creed to Technological Man, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. (Scholar)
  • KIEJ, 1993, “Ethical, Psychosocial, and Public Policy Implications of Procuring Organs from Non-Heart-Beating Cadavers,” Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 3 (2): 103–278. (Scholar)
  • Lizza, J., 2007, Persons, Humanity, and the Definition of Death (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007) (Scholar)
  • Magnus, D. C., B. S. Wilfond, and A. L. Caplan, 2014, “Accepting Brain Death,” New England Journal of Medicine, 370: 891–894. (Scholar)
  • Manara, A., et al., 2020, “Maintaining the Permanence Principle for Death During in Situ Normothermic Regional Perfusion for Donation After Circulatory Death Organ Recovery: A United Kingdom and Canadian Proposal,” American Journal of Transplantation, 20: 2017–2025. (Scholar)
  • McMahan, J., 2006, “An Alternative to Brain Death,” Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, 34: 44–48. (Scholar)
  • Miller, F. G. and R. D. Truog, 2010, “Decapitation and the Definition of Death,” Journal of Medical Ethics, 36: 1–6. (Scholar)
  • Pallis, C., 1983, The ABC of Brain Death, London: British Medical Journal Publishers. (Scholar)
  • Shaw, S., R. D. Truog, and F. G. Miller, 2011, “Death and Legal Fictions,” Journal of Medical Ethics, 37: 719–722. (Scholar)
  • Shemie, S. D., et al., 2014, “International Guideline Development for the Determination of Death,” Intensive Care Medicine, 40: 788–797. (Scholar)
  • Shewmon, D. A., 2004, “The ‘Critical Organ’ for the Organism as a Whole: Lessons from the Lowly Spinal Cord,” Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 550: 23–42. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1998, “Chronic ‘Brain Death’: Meta-Analysis and Conceptual Consequences,” Neurology 51: 1538–45. (Scholar)
  • Thompson, H., 2014, “Suspended between Life and Death,” New Scientist, (29 March): 8–9. (Scholar)
  • Truog, M.D. and F.G. Miller, 2012, Death, Dying, and Organ Transplantation: Reconstructing Medical Ethics at the End of Life, New York: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2008, “The Dead Donor Rule and Organ Transplantation,” New England Journal of Medicine, 359: 674–675. (Scholar)
  • Veatch, R., 1976, Death, Dying, and the Biological Revolution, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. (Scholar)
  • Wilson, C., 2017, “Dying to Save a Life,” New Scientist, (16 December): 22–23. (Scholar)
  • Youngner, S., R. Arnold, and R. Shapiro (eds.), 1999, The Definition of Death: Contemporary Controversies, Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. (Scholar)
  • Zaner, R. (ed.), 1988, Death: Beyond Whole-Brain Criteria, Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer. (Scholar)

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