Bioethics: Basic Writings on the Key Ethical Questions that Surround the Major, Modern Biological Possibilities and Problems

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Thomas Anthony Shannon
Paulist Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Medical - 542 pages
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Issues in bioethics, medicine, and healthcare continue to plague us - as patients as consumers, as citizens. Here, under one cover, are thirty of the most current and perceptive articles, culled from key medical, ethical, philosophical, legal and theological journals. Dr. Shannon once again offers - to healthcare professionals and students alike - access to this decade's core bioethics questions, a spectrum of viewpoints, and a wealth of insight.
 

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Contents

IV
21
V
36
VI
61
VIII
69
IX
81
XI
97
XIII
123
XV
140
XXXII
261
XXXIII
280
XXXV
286
XXXVI
300
XXXVII
342
XXXIX
358
XL
381
XLII
404

XVI
153
XVIII
155
XX
167
XXII
173
XXIV
199
XXV
213
XXVII
224
XXIX
252
XXXI
259
XLIII
419
XLV
434
XLVI
461
XLVII
468
XLIX
488
L
517
LI
527
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Thomas A. Shannon is Professor Emeritus of Religion and Social Ethics in the Department of Humanities and Arts at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester MA.

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