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IP, King-Tak

The Bioethics of Regenerative Medicine

IP, King-Tak - The Bioethics of Regenerative Medicine, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Introduction: Regenerative Medicine at the Heart of the Culture Wars
King-Tak IP

Part II. Prospect of Being Posthuman: The Metaphysical Roots of the Moral Controversies

2. Regenerative Medicine after Humanism: Puzzles Regarding the use of Embryonic Stem Cells, Germ-Line Genetic Engineering, and the Immanent Pursuit of Human Flourishing
H. Tristram Engelhardt

3. Genetic Manipulation and the Resurrection Body
Robert Song

4. Secular Humanist Bioethics and Regenerative Medicine
Ping-Cheung Lo

5. Radical Disagreements of Chinese Views on Fetal Life and Implications for Bioethics1

Nie Jing-Bao

Part III. A Human Embryonic Stem-Cell Research: The Geography of Persistent Disagreement

6. Using and Misusing Embryos: The Ethical Debates
Brenda Almond

7. Trading Lives or Changing Human Nature: The Strange Dilemma of Embryo-Based Regenerative Medicine
Glenn Mcgee

8. Therapeutic Cloning, Respect for Human Embryo, and Symbolic Value
Jonathan Chan

Part IV. A Search for a Larger Picture: Regenerative Medicine and the Moral Enterprise

9. Medical Biotechnologies: Are There Effective Ethical Arguments for Policy Making?
Ruiping Fan, Erika Yu

10. Extending Human Life: To What End?
Brent Waters

11. The Ethics of Regenerative Medicine: Beyond Humanism and Posthumanism
Gerald P. Mckenny

12. Virtue In Vitro: Virtue Ethics as an Alternative to Questions of Moral Status
Justin Ho, Garret Merriam

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Medicine, Ethics, Non-Western Philosophy

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Philosophy and Medicine
Page amount
194 pages
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402089671

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