By Helga Kuhse, Udo Schüklenk, Peter Singer
Now totally revised and up-to-date, Bioethics: An Anthology, third edition, includes a wealth of recent fabric reflecting the newest advancements. This definitive textual content brings jointly writings on an remarkable diversity of key moral concerns, compellingly awarded via the world over popular scholars.
- The newest variation of this definitive one-volume assortment, now up to date to mirror the most recent advancements within the field
- Includes numerous new additions, together with very important historic readings and new modern fabric released because the free up of the final version in 2006
- Thematically geared up round an remarkable diversity of matters, together with dialogue of the ethical prestige of embryos and fetuses, new genetics, neuroethics, existence and dying, source allocation, organ donations, public well-being, AIDS, human and animal experimentation, genetic screening, and matters dealing with nurses
- Subjects are essentially and captivatingly mentioned by means of globally distinct bioethicists
- A exact index permits the reader to discover phrases and issues now not indexed within the titles of the essays themselves
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The Morality of Killing: A Traditional View,” pp. 381–419 from Life and Death with Liberty and Justice: A Contribution to the Euthanasia Debate, Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1971. James Rachels, “Active and Passive Euthanasia,” pp. 78–80 from New England Journal of Medicine 292 (1975). Copyright © 1975 Massachusetts Medical Society. Reprinted with permission from Massachusetts Medical Society. ,” pp. 101–5 from Journal of Applied Philosophy 12: 1 (1995). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
One question about the nature of ethics is especially relevant to bioethics: to what extent is reasoning or argument possible in ethics? Many people assume without much thought that ethics is subjective. The subjectivist holds that what ethical view we take is a matter of opinion or taste that is not amenable to argument. But if ethics were a matter of taste, why would we even attempt to argue about it? If Helen says “I like my coffee sweetened,” whereas Paul says “I like my coffee unsweetened,” there is not much point in Helen and Paul arguing about it.
Jeff McMahan, “Killing Embryos for Stem Cell Research,” pp. 170–89 from Metaphilosophy 38: 2/3 (2007). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons. Immanuel Kant, “Duties towards Animals,” pp. 239–41 from Lectures on Ethics, trans. Louis Infield, London: Methuen, 1930. Copyright 1930 Methuen, reproduced by permission of Taylor & Francis Books UK. 1820. Peter Singer, “All Animals are Equal,” pp. 103–16 from Philosophic Exchange 1: 5 (1974). Center for Philosophic Exchange, State University of New York, Brockford, NY, 1974.