A Companion to Bioethics.
By: Kuhse, Helga.
Contributor(s): Singer, Peter.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Blackwell Companions to Philosophy: Publisher: Bognor Regis : Wiley, 2013Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (699 p.).ISBN: 9781444345407.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Companion to BioethicsDDC classification: 174.2 LOC classification: R724.C616 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Series; Title page; Copyright; Dedication; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Part I: Introduction; 1 What Is Bioethics? A Historical Introduction; Medical Ethics; Nursing Ethics; Bioethics; References; Part II: Questions About Bioethics; 2 Ethical Theory and Bioethics; Case Studies and Mid-level Principles; Justifying the Choice of an Ethical Theory; References; Further reading; 3 Culture and Bioethics; What Is Culture?; Bioethics Today: Present Realities; The Universality of Bioethics; The Challenge of Transcultural Bioethics; Practice; Principles and Rules
Cultural Imperialism and Value AbsolutismCultural Pluralism and Value Relativism; Transculturalism and the Idea of Shared Values; References; Further reading; 4 Gender and Bioethics; Feminism and Gender; Gender and Health Care; Gender and Ethics; Moral Persons and Moral Deliberation; Bioethical Self-reflection; References; Further reading; 5 Religion and Bioethics; Problems and Arguments; Religion and Bioethics: A Distinctive Contribution?; Religion, Bioethics, and Liberal Society; References; Further reading; 6 Law and Bioethics; Law; Morality; From Morality to Law; From Law to Morality
Converging Law and MoralityDiverging Law and Morality: Beyond the Liberal Model; References; Further reading; Part III: Ethical Approaches; 7 A Principle-based Approach; The Variety of Principle-based Approaches; Connecting General Principles to Particular Judgments about Cases; Critiques; References; Further reading; 8 Exceptionless Rule Approaches; The Idea of an Exceptionless Moral Norm; The Role of Exceptionless Precepts in Moral Thinking; Exceptionless Rules and Consequentialism; The Casuistry of Exceptionless Rule Approaches; References; 9 A Utilitarian Approach; References
10 A Virtue Ethics ApproachThe Rise of Virtue Ethics; Essential Features of Virtue Ethics; Virtue Ethics Approaches to Bioethics; Criticisms of Virtue Ethics; Conclusion; References; Further reading; 11 A Care Approach; One Model of Care Ethics; An Overview of Care Ethics; Care and Other Moral Perspectives; Care and Bioethics; Conclusion; References; Further reading; 12 A Case Approach; Top-down vs Bottom-up; Core Elements of Casuistical Analysis; Advantages of a Casuistical Approach; Objections and Replies; Conclusion; References; Further reading
Part IV: Before Birth: Issues Involving Embryos and Fetuses13 Personhood; Basic Moral Principles and the Concept of a Person; Human Persons and Human Organisms; The Concept of a Person and the Wrongness of Killing; What Makes Something a Person?; Is Personhood a Matter of Degree?; Is Potential Personhood Morally Significant?; Is Species Membership Morally Significant?; The Moral Status of Human Embryos, Fetuses, and Newborn Infants; Summing Up: Ethics and the Concept of a Person; References; 14 Abortion; The Arguments for the Freedom to Choose; Fetal Life and Humanity
The Argument from Fetal Potential
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