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Bioethics : a philosophical introduction, Stephen Holland

Label
Bioethics : a philosophical introduction
Title
Bioethics
Title remainder
a philosophical introduction
Statement of responsibility
Stephen Holland
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Of chapterPart I: Concluding Remarks; Part II: Life, Death and Killing; Introduction to Part II; 3: The Value of Life; 3.1€€€€Preliminary definitions; 3.2€€€€A fault line between views about life's value; 3.3€€€€Conflation, compromise, selection; Summary of chapter; 4: What is Death?; 4.1€€€€Developments in the death debate: the emergence of 'brain death'; 4.2€€€€Evaluating brain death; 4.3€€€€The consciousness-based paradigm; 4.4€€€€The root cause of the problem: the ordinary concept of death; 4.5€€€€Is the quandary resolvable?; Summary of chapter; 5: Killing versus Letting Die
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1963-
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Holland, Stephen
Dewey number
174/.2
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Medical ethics
  • Bioethics
Label
Bioethics : a philosophical introduction, Stephen Holland
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Introduction; Part I: Moral Status; Introduction to Part I; 1: Stem Cell Research and Therapy; 1.1    Stem cells and regenerative medicine; 1.2    Persons; 1.3    The identity argument; 1.4    The potentiality argument; 1.5    Addressing the ethical treatment of embryos directly; Summary of chapter; 2: Xenotransplantation; 2.1    What is xenotransplantation?; 2.2    Animals and sentience; 2.3    Human non-persons, the 'marginal cases' argument and species membership; 2.4    Is xenotransplantation morally permissible?
  • 5.1€€€€Euthanasia5.2€€€€Killing and letting die; 5.3€€€€Another fault line; Summary of chapter; Part II: Concluding Remarks; Part III: Personal Identity; Introduction to Part III; 6: Prenatal Genetic Intervention; 6.1€€€€Ethics and genetic medicine; 6.2€€€€The identity argument against prenatal genetic intervention; 6.3€€€€Responses to the argument: is the premise true?; 6.4€€€€Does the conclusion follow from the premise?; Summary of chapter; 7: Advance Care Planning; 7.1€€€€Definitions and ethical issues; 7.2€€€€The identity objection to advance care planning
  • 7.3€€€€Rejoinders to the identity objectionSummary of chapter; 8: The Minimally Conscious State; 8.1€€€€Disorders of consciousness and the minimally conscious state; 8.2€€€€Advance decisions, personal identity and MCS; 8.3€€€€Two further considerations; 8.4€€€€The authority of the advance decision; Summary of chapter; Part III: Concluding Remarks; Part IV: The Normativity of the 'Natural'; Introduction to Part IV; Against the argument from nature; Richard Norman's account of the appeal to nature; An illustration; Structure of part IV; 9: Managing Reproduction
  • 9.1€€€€Managing reproduction: techniques and ethical issues9.2€€€€Managing reproduction and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; 10: Genetic Enhancement; 10.1€€€€Genetically altering humans; 10.2€€€€General arguments against genetic enhancements; 10.3€€€€Genetic enhancement and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; 11: Human Cloning; 11.1€€€€What is human cloning?; 11.2€€€€Is human cloning ethical?; 11.3€€€€Cloning and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; Part IV: Concluding Remarks; Conclusion: Deontic Constraints on Biomedicine; References; Index
Control code
ocn949912295
Edition
Second edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780745690636
Lccn
2016022828
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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f0b01fa2-17b5-4abd-a33e-915e56ae5ccc
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)949912295
Label
Bioethics : a philosophical introduction, Stephen Holland
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Table of Contents; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Introduction; Part I: Moral Status; Introduction to Part I; 1: Stem Cell Research and Therapy; 1.1    Stem cells and regenerative medicine; 1.2    Persons; 1.3    The identity argument; 1.4    The potentiality argument; 1.5    Addressing the ethical treatment of embryos directly; Summary of chapter; 2: Xenotransplantation; 2.1    What is xenotransplantation?; 2.2    Animals and sentience; 2.3    Human non-persons, the 'marginal cases' argument and species membership; 2.4    Is xenotransplantation morally permissible?
  • 5.1€€€€Euthanasia5.2€€€€Killing and letting die; 5.3€€€€Another fault line; Summary of chapter; Part II: Concluding Remarks; Part III: Personal Identity; Introduction to Part III; 6: Prenatal Genetic Intervention; 6.1€€€€Ethics and genetic medicine; 6.2€€€€The identity argument against prenatal genetic intervention; 6.3€€€€Responses to the argument: is the premise true?; 6.4€€€€Does the conclusion follow from the premise?; Summary of chapter; 7: Advance Care Planning; 7.1€€€€Definitions and ethical issues; 7.2€€€€The identity objection to advance care planning
  • 7.3€€€€Rejoinders to the identity objectionSummary of chapter; 8: The Minimally Conscious State; 8.1€€€€Disorders of consciousness and the minimally conscious state; 8.2€€€€Advance decisions, personal identity and MCS; 8.3€€€€Two further considerations; 8.4€€€€The authority of the advance decision; Summary of chapter; Part III: Concluding Remarks; Part IV: The Normativity of the 'Natural'; Introduction to Part IV; Against the argument from nature; Richard Norman's account of the appeal to nature; An illustration; Structure of part IV; 9: Managing Reproduction
  • 9.1€€€€Managing reproduction: techniques and ethical issues9.2€€€€Managing reproduction and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; 10: Genetic Enhancement; 10.1€€€€Genetically altering humans; 10.2€€€€General arguments against genetic enhancements; 10.3€€€€Genetic enhancement and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; 11: Human Cloning; 11.1€€€€What is human cloning?; 11.2€€€€Is human cloning ethical?; 11.3€€€€Cloning and the argument from nature; Summary of chapter; Part IV: Concluding Remarks; Conclusion: Deontic Constraints on Biomedicine; References; Index
Control code
ocn949912295
Edition
Second edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780745690636
Lccn
2016022828
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
f0b01fa2-17b5-4abd-a33e-915e56ae5ccc
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)949912295

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