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Humanbiotechnology as Social Challenge : An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Bioethics

By: Schipanski, Dagmar.
Contributor(s): Knoepffler, Nikolaus | Sorgner, Stefan Lorenz | Lamb, Professor David.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Ashgate Studies in Applied Ethics: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (192 p.).ISBN: 9781351929547.Subject(s): Medical ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Humanbiotechnology as Social Challenge : An Interdisciplinary Introduction to BioethicsDDC classification: 174/.957 LOC classification: R724.H795 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Note to the English Edition -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- 1 The Wartburg Conference Project: Human Biotechnology as a Social Challenge -- PART I: SCIENCE -- 2 Research on Human Embryos? -- 3 The Potential of Stem Cells: An Inventory -- PART II: LAW -- 4 Human Biotechnology, Transculturality, Globalization and Symbolic (Criminal) Law -- 5 Human Biotechnology as a Legal Challenge -- PART III: THE CHURCH -- 6 Human Biotechnology as a Social Challenge: An Inquiry into Ethical Opinion-building from a Protestant Perspective
7 Ethical and Theological Challenges to Human Biotechnology: Observations from the Perspective of Catholic Theology -- PART IV: PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL ETHICS -- 8 Human Dignity as a Regulatory Principle of Bioethics: A Theological Perspective -- 9 Tolerance and Respect in Bioethical Conflicts -- 10 Human Biotechnology as an Ethical and Social Challenge -- 11 Bioethics between Physis and Nomos -- PART V: SOCIETY -- 12 On the Responsibility of the Scientist -- 13 Society's Responsibility in View of New Possibilities in Human Biology -- Glossary -- Indexes
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Note to the English Edition -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- 1 The Wartburg Conference Project: Human Biotechnology as a Social Challenge -- PART I: SCIENCE -- 2 Research on Human Embryos? -- 3 The Potential of Stem Cells: An Inventory -- PART II: LAW -- 4 Human Biotechnology, Transculturality, Globalization and Symbolic (Criminal) Law -- 5 Human Biotechnology as a Legal Challenge -- PART III: THE CHURCH -- 6 Human Biotechnology as a Social Challenge: An Inquiry into Ethical Opinion-building from a Protestant Perspective

7 Ethical and Theological Challenges to Human Biotechnology: Observations from the Perspective of Catholic Theology -- PART IV: PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL ETHICS -- 8 Human Dignity as a Regulatory Principle of Bioethics: A Theological Perspective -- 9 Tolerance and Respect in Bioethical Conflicts -- 10 Human Biotechnology as an Ethical and Social Challenge -- 11 Bioethics between Physis and Nomos -- PART V: SOCIETY -- 12 On the Responsibility of the Scientist -- 13 Society's Responsibility in View of New Possibilities in Human Biology -- Glossary -- Indexes

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Nikolaus Knoepffler is Chair of Applied Ethics at the University of Jena, Germany. Dagmar Schipanski is Minister of Science, Research, and Art in Thuringia, Germany. Stefan Lorenz Sorgner is Lecturer in Philosophy and Applied Ethics at the University of Jena, Germany.

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