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The ethics of embryo adoption and the Catholic tradition : moral arguments, economic reality and social analysis / edited by Sarah-Vaughan Brakman, Darlene Fozard Weaver.

Contributor(s): Brakman, Sarah-Vaughan [edt] | Weaver, Darlene Fozard [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Science + Business Media B.V, 2007Description: 1 online resource (1 v.).ISBN: 9781402062117; 1402062117.Subject(s): Human embryo -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Reproductive health -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Medical ethicsOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Morality of embryo adoption -- Introduction: the ethics of embryo adoption and the Catholic tradition -- Arguments agains -- Heterologous embryo transfer: metaphor and morality -- Human embryo transfer and the theology of the body -- On the moral objectionability of human embryo adoption -- Arguments for -- Could human embryo transfer be intrinsically immoral? -- Ethical considerations in defense of embryo adoption -- Real mothers and good stewards: the ethics of embryo adoption -- Debate engaged -- Embryo adoption theologically considered: bodies, adoption, and the common good -- From rescuing frozen embryos to respecting the limits of nature: reframing the embryo adoption debate -- Embryo adoption? An egalitarian perspective -- A Protestant view: the ethics of embryo adoption and the Catholic tradition -- Morality in practice -- Development of the National Embryo Donation Center -- An embryo adoptive father's perspective -- An embryo adoptive mother's perspective -- Ethical and religious directives for a Catholic embryo adoption agency: a thought experiment -- Embryo adoption and the law -- Artificial wombs and embryo adoption.
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Morality of embryo adoption -- Introduction: the ethics of embryo adoption and the Catholic tradition -- Arguments agains -- Heterologous embryo transfer: metaphor and morality -- Human embryo transfer and the theology of the body -- On the moral objectionability of human embryo adoption -- Arguments for -- Could human embryo transfer be intrinsically immoral? -- Ethical considerations in defense of embryo adoption -- Real mothers and good stewards: the ethics of embryo adoption -- Debate engaged -- Embryo adoption theologically considered: bodies, adoption, and the common good -- From rescuing frozen embryos to respecting the limits of nature: reframing the embryo adoption debate -- Embryo adoption? An egalitarian perspective -- A Protestant view: the ethics of embryo adoption and the Catholic tradition -- Morality in practice -- Development of the National Embryo Donation Center -- An embryo adoptive father's perspective -- An embryo adoptive mother's perspective -- Ethical and religious directives for a Catholic embryo adoption agency: a thought experiment -- Embryo adoption and the law -- Artificial wombs and embryo adoption.

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