Philosophy and medicine ; v. 85. Philosophy and medicine. Catholic studies in bioethics ; v. 4.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction When does a human being become a person? All human beings are persons How is the dignity of the person as agent recognized? Distinguishing intention from foresight An ethical assessment of Bush's guidelines for stem cell research Moral absolutism and ectopic pregnancy Could artificial wombs end the abortion debate? Solomon's dilemma: should conjointed twins Jodie and Mary have been separated? Capital punishment and the Catholic tradition: contradiction, circumstantial application, or development of doctrine?
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-155).
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