Ethics & Medicine : Volume 33:1 Spring 2017

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Dignity’s Danger
Jacob Shatzer, PhD

Loopthink: A Limitation of Medical Artificial Intelligence
William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD

Double Effect Reasoning: Why We Need It
Helen Watt, PhD

Autonomy in Applied Medical Ethics
Joseph Freer, MBBS, BSc, DTMH, CiLT

The Relationship of Gametes to Those Who Procreate and Its Impact on Artificially Generated Gamete Technologies
Michal Pruski, BSc (Hons), AFHEA

Embracing PVS 2.0 (The “Permanent? Vegetative? State”): Medical Research Beckons Ethicists Considering the Issue of ANH Withdrawal to Adopt a More Challenging Situational Narrative
Erik M. Clary, PhD

Are Parents Liable for Their Babies’ Prenatally Acquired Injuries?
Carlo V. Bellieni, MD; Alberto M. Gambino, PhD


Reading Karl Barth, Interrupting Moral Technique, Transforming Biomedical Ethics
Ashley John Moyse. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
ISBN  978-1-137-53690-7.   263 PAGES, CLOTH.  $100. (Reviewed by Jacob Schatzer, PhD)

Potentiality : Metaphysical and Bioethical Dimensions
John P. Lizza, Editor. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014.
ISBN  978-1421411743, 288 PAGES, PAPER.  $49.95. (Reviewed by Susan M. Haack, MD, MA, MDiv, FACOG)

Redeeming Sex : Naked Conversations about Sexuality and Spirituality
Debra Hirsch. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2015
ISBN  978-0-8308-3639-0, 224 PAGES, PAPER.  $17. (Reviewed by Michael G. Munoz, D.Bioethics, MA, MAR, MEd)

The Caduceus and the Swastika: A Novel
Steven M. Hacker, Charleston, SC. Nano Press, LLC, 2016.
ISBN  13: 9780692623221, 417 PAGES, PAPER.  $15.99. (Reviewed by Robert E. Cranston, MD, MA, FAAN)


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