Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -253) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. I. Understanding family : philosophy's contribution. Family ; Permanent relations? Love, marriage, and philosophical lives ; From philosophy to law ; Feminist aims, family consequences pt. II. Shaping families : science's contribution. Having and not having children ; New reproductive technologies : whose human rights? pt. III. New frontiers : family, law, and politics. Family choices : what do children really want? ; Law, policy-making, and the contemporary family pt. IV. Preserving identities : a future for the family? Family, identity, and community ; Finding a way through the wood.