Ethics & Medicine : Volume 33:3 Fall 2017

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Ectogenesis and the Future of Procreation
C. Ben Mitchell, PhD

GREY MATTERS
The Moral Significance of Pain for Synthetic Human Entities Derived from Embryo-Like Cell
William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD

CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMAS
Telling the Truth in Therapeutic Encounters

Joshua D. Niforatos, MTS; Gregory W. Rutecki, MD; F.D. Yates, Jr.,  MD

Patient Medical Consent from an Islamic Perspective
Taghreed Ayyad, , LLB.; Ammar Al-Kashimiri, MD, FRCPC, FACEP; Sina Muscati, BGSc, LLM, LLB

Slathered, Zapped, Nipped, and Tucked:  An Ethical Analysis of Cosmetic Dermatology
Barbara, J. Lowe, PhD

The Trinitarian Nature of Biblical Bioethics: A Theological Corrective to Frame’s Philosophical Paradigm
Daniel Heimbach, PhD

The Higher-Brain Concept of Death: A Christian Theological Appraisal
Allen H. Roberts, II, MD, MDiv

BOOK REVIEWS

Empathy and Morality
Heidi L. Maiborn, Editor: Oxford University Press, 2014.
ISBN  978-0199969470.  320 PAGES, CLOTH.  $69.00
Reviewed by Donna Yarri, PhD (Religious Studies), who is a Professor of Theology at Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania, USA.

 

 

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