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A companion to genethics, edited by Justine Burley and John Harris

Label
A companion to genethics
Title
A companion to genethics
Statement of responsibility
edited by Justine Burley and John Harris
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
QH438.7
LC item number
.C645 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1945-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Burley, Justine
  • Harris, John
Series statement
Blackwell companions to philosophy
Series volume
21
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Genetics
Label
A companion to genethics, edited by Justine Burley and John Harris
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Thomas B.L. Kirkwood
  • The
  • ethical legacy of Nazi medical war crimes: origins, human experiments, and international justice
  • Paul Weindling
  • Biotechnology and animals: ethical issues in genetic engineering and cloning
  • Bernard E. Rollin
  • The
  • role of informed consent in genetic experimentation
  • Søren Holm
  • Testing children and adolescents
  • Stem Cells
  • Dorothy Wertz
  • Genetic testing of children: who should consent?
  • Lainie Friedman Ross
  • Mapping the human genome and the meaning of "monster mythology"
  • George J. Annas
  • The
  • moral status of the gene
  • Mary Anne Warren
  • The
  • ethical use of human embryonic stem cells in research and therapy
  • C.N. Svendsen
  • John Harris
  • Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and embryo selection
  • Bonnie Steinbock
  • Individual autonomy and genetic choice
  • Matthew Clayton
  • Cloning and public policy
  • Ruth Macklin
  • Sex selection: the feminist response
  • Diemut Bubeck
  • Creating perfect people
  • Gene therapy for neurological disorders: new therapies or human experimentation?
  • Philip Kitcher
  • Genetics and personal identity
  • Carol Rovane
  • Genetic determinism and gene selectionism
  • Richard Dawkins
  • The
  • Darwin wars and the human self-image
  • Janet Radcliffe Richards
  • Religion and gene therapy: the end of one debate, the beginning of another
  • Gerald P. Mckenny
  • P.R. Lowenstein
  • "Race," genetics, and human difference
  • Hussein Kassim
  • Self-ownership, begetting, and germline information
  • Hillel Steiner
  • Justice, genetics, and lifestyles
  • Inez De Beaufort
  • Commercial exploitation of the human genome
  • Ruth Chadwick,
  • Adam Hedgecoe
  • Forensic DNA typing
  • Cloning in biology and medicine: clinical opportunities and ethical concerns
  • David Wassermann
  • Privacy and genetics
  • Madison Powers
  • DNA banking: a retrospective-prospective
  • Bartha Maria Knoppers
  • Genetic difference in the workplace
  • Michael S. Yesley
  • The
  • insurance market and discriminatory practices
  • Tom Sorell
  • Ian Wilmut
  • Legal and ethical issues in biotechnology patenting
  • Pilar Ossorio
  • Are genes inventions? An ethical analysis of gene patents
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Property, patents, and genetic material
  • Stephen R. Munzer
  • Genetic screening from a public health perspective: three "ethical" principles
  • Scott Burris,
  • Lawrence O. Gostin
  • The
  • genetics of old age
Control code
48263745
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiv, 489 p.
Isbn
9780631206989
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2001052718
Label
A companion to genethics, edited by Justine Burley and John Harris
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Thomas B.L. Kirkwood
  • The
  • ethical legacy of Nazi medical war crimes: origins, human experiments, and international justice
  • Paul Weindling
  • Biotechnology and animals: ethical issues in genetic engineering and cloning
  • Bernard E. Rollin
  • The
  • role of informed consent in genetic experimentation
  • Søren Holm
  • Testing children and adolescents
  • Stem Cells
  • Dorothy Wertz
  • Genetic testing of children: who should consent?
  • Lainie Friedman Ross
  • Mapping the human genome and the meaning of "monster mythology"
  • George J. Annas
  • The
  • moral status of the gene
  • Mary Anne Warren
  • The
  • ethical use of human embryonic stem cells in research and therapy
  • C.N. Svendsen
  • John Harris
  • Preimplantation genetic diagnosis and embryo selection
  • Bonnie Steinbock
  • Individual autonomy and genetic choice
  • Matthew Clayton
  • Cloning and public policy
  • Ruth Macklin
  • Sex selection: the feminist response
  • Diemut Bubeck
  • Creating perfect people
  • Gene therapy for neurological disorders: new therapies or human experimentation?
  • Philip Kitcher
  • Genetics and personal identity
  • Carol Rovane
  • Genetic determinism and gene selectionism
  • Richard Dawkins
  • The
  • Darwin wars and the human self-image
  • Janet Radcliffe Richards
  • Religion and gene therapy: the end of one debate, the beginning of another
  • Gerald P. Mckenny
  • P.R. Lowenstein
  • "Race," genetics, and human difference
  • Hussein Kassim
  • Self-ownership, begetting, and germline information
  • Hillel Steiner
  • Justice, genetics, and lifestyles
  • Inez De Beaufort
  • Commercial exploitation of the human genome
  • Ruth Chadwick,
  • Adam Hedgecoe
  • Forensic DNA typing
  • Cloning in biology and medicine: clinical opportunities and ethical concerns
  • David Wassermann
  • Privacy and genetics
  • Madison Powers
  • DNA banking: a retrospective-prospective
  • Bartha Maria Knoppers
  • Genetic difference in the workplace
  • Michael S. Yesley
  • The
  • insurance market and discriminatory practices
  • Tom Sorell
  • Ian Wilmut
  • Legal and ethical issues in biotechnology patenting
  • Pilar Ossorio
  • Are genes inventions? An ethical analysis of gene patents
  • Mark Sagoff
  • Property, patents, and genetic material
  • Stephen R. Munzer
  • Genetic screening from a public health perspective: three "ethical" principles
  • Scott Burris,
  • Lawrence O. Gostin
  • The
  • genetics of old age
Control code
48263745
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xiv, 489 p.
Isbn
9780631206989
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2001052718

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