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    0014 University of Helsinki
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Who should know about our genetic makeup and why?
Article de revue

Genetic information
    TAKALA Tuija ; HAYRY Matti
    Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics , 2001, 22 (5), pp. 403-491

    HAYRY Matti/ TAKALA Tuija/ Genetic information, rights, and autonomy
    HARRIS John/ KEYWOOD Kirsty/ Ignorance, information and autonomy
    HOLM Soren/ The privacy of Tutankhamen - Utilising the genetic information in stored tissue samples
    PARKER Michael/ Genetics and the interpersonal elaboration of ethics
    BENNETT Rebecca/ Antenatal genetic testing and the right to remain in ignorance
    VEHMAS Simo/ Just ignore it ? Parents and genetic information
    TAKALA Tuija/ Genetic ignorance and reasonable paternalism

Utilitarianism shot down by its own men ?
Article de revue

Bioethics and social reality
    Rodopi , 2005, 180 p.
    Cote : 2.1/HAY/2005

    HAYRY Matti et al./ Introduction : The social reality of bioethics
    LESSER Harry/ 1. The case of back-street abortion
    SCHROEDER Doris/ 2. Suicide, self-sacrifice, and the duty to die
    HAYRY Matti/ 3. Forget autonomy and give me freedom !
    JONAS Monique/ 4. Choosing between claims : allocating parental responsibility in surrogacy disputes
    TAKALA Tuija/ 5. The many wrongs of human reproductive cloning
    IRVING Louise/ 6. The problem of intangibles
    GARRARD Eve et al./ 7. Mind the gap : the use of empirical evidence in bioethics
    DAWSON Angus/ 8. Informed consent : bioethical ideal and empirical reality
    HOLM Soren/ 9. What empirical bioethics can learn from empirical business ethics
    KILPI Jukka/ 10. On corporate ethical responsibility, stakeholder value, and strict liability in biotechnology
    LUCAS Peter/ 11. Perspectivism in risk management
    WOODS Simon/ 12. Moral progress
    SHEEHAN Mark/ 13. Healthcare and (a kind of) virtue ethics
    HERISSONE-KELLY Peter/ 14. Bioethics, rights-based consequentialism, and social reality

Scratching the surface of bioethics
    HAYRY Matti ; TAKALA Tuija
    Rodopi , 2003, 148 p.
    Cote : 2.1/HAY/2003

    HAYRY Matti et al./ Introduction : What is bioethics all about ? A start
    BENNETT Rebecca et al./ 1. The relevance of empirical research to bioethics : reviewing the debate
    LEVITT Mairi/ 2. Better together ? Sociological and philosophical perspectives on bioethics
    TAKALA Tuija/ 3. The role of sense and sensibility in bioethics
    GARRARD Eve et al./ 4. Does bioethics need moral theory ?
    HOLM Soren/ 5. "Parity of reasoning" arguments in bioethics - some methodological considerations
    LESSER Harry/ 6. Anne Mclean's criticism of bioethics
    HERISSONE-KELLY Peter/ 7. The principlist approach to bioethics, and its stormy journey overseas
    ERIN Charles/ 8. Who needs "the four principles"?
    HAYRY Matti/ 9. Do bioscientists need professional ethics ?
    HARRIS John/ 10. Pro-life and anti-life : the problematic claims of pro-life positions in ethics
    VEHMAS Simo/ 11. The grounds for preventing impairments :a critique
    SHEEHAN Mark/ 12. Deflating autonomy
    BARROW Paul/ 13. Autonomy : overworked and under-valued

High hopes and automatic escalators : a critique of some new arguments in bioethics
Article de revue

Ethics in biomedical research : International perspectives
    Rodopi , 2007, 248 p.
    Cote : 18.7/HAY/2007

    CAPRON Alexander Morgan/ Foreword : Why bother with ethics in biomedical research ?
    HAYRY Matti et al./ Introduction : Development, research, and vulnerability
    Part One. Facts, fears, and hopes concerning development
    BENATAR Solomon/ 1. New perspectives on international research ethics
    HAYRY Matti/ 2. Some current issues in the ethics of biomedical research and their background in the protection of the dignity and autonomy of the vulnerable
    LUNA Florencia/ 3. Bioethics and biomedicine : developing countries' perspective
    PESSINI Leo et al./ 4. Brazilian research ethics : a North-South dialogue aiming to build a new culture of respect
    AMONDI WASUNNA Angela/ 5. Who sets the agenda for health research in developing countries ? A call for more community involvement
    Par Two. Research and technology as answers and as questions
    MACER Darryl/ 6. Ethical aspects in introducing genetically modified organisms for public health purposes
    PARKER Michael et al./ 7. The ethical review of research into rare genetic disorders
    TONG Rosemarie/ 8. Ongoing and emerging biomedical research issues at the beginning of life : United States perspectives
    HANSEN Bart et al./ 9. Human stem cell research as a promising hope for humankind : a Christian-ethical contribution
    YUDIN Boris/ 10. Interrelations between bioethics and ethics of biotechnology
    Part Three. Vulnerability, power, and responsibility
    FRANCIS Leslie et al./ 11. Infectious disease and the ethics of research : the moral significance of communicability
    DE CASTRO Leonardo/ 12. Is there a duty to serve as research subjects ?
    LOURDES CAMPOS PAVONE ZOBOLI Elma/ 13. Vulnerability in biomedical research : a framework for analysis
    PATRAO DO CEU NEVES Maria/ 14. New vulnerabilities raised by biomedical research
    LEAVITT Franck/ 15. How to save the world : some alternatives to biomedical research

Concepts of "person" and "liberty", and their implications to our fading notions of autonomy
Article de revue

Arguments and analysis in bioethics
    HAYRY Matti ; TAKALA Tuija ; HERISSONE-KELLY Peter ; et al.
    Rodopi , 2010, 304 p.
    Cote : 2.1/HAY/2010

    HELLSTEN Sirkku Kristiina/ 1. Global bioethics and "erroneous reason" : fallacies across the borders
    HOLM Soren/ 2. Is bioethics only for the rich and powerful ?
    GIORDANO Simona/3. Do we need (bio)ethical principles ?
    SCHROEDER Doris et al./ 4. Bioethics and Stephen Toulmin's argumentation theory
    LESSER Harry/ 5. The use of examples in bioethics
    LESSER Harry/ 6. Moral intuitions in bioethics
    DAWSON Angus/ 7. Toward the "fair use" of empirical evidence in ethical arguments : vaccination, MMR and disagreement
    SCHULTE Cathleen/ 8. An assessment of the normal function model and implications for enhancement
    WILKINSON Stephen/ 9. On the distinction between positive and negative eugenics
    SCOTT Niall/ 10. Genetic fallacy and some other concerns in behavioral genetics
    SCOTT Niall/11. Eugenics : enhancing individuals or populations ?
    SMAJDOR Anna/ 12. Harm, law and reproductive cloning
    HAYRY Matti/ 13. An analysis of some arguments for and against human reproduction
    OULTRAM Stuart/ 14. Does the baby selling objection to commercial surrogacy misuse Immanuel Kant ?
    MCMILLAN John/ 15. Prozac, authenticity, and the Aristotelian mean
    TOMASINI Floris/ 16. The case of self-demand amputees : a dilemma for professional ethics ?
    SHEEHAN Mark/ 17. Enzyme replacement therapy and the rule of rescue
    LUCAS Peter/ 18. Is "therapeutic research" a misnomer ?
    BORTOLOTTI Lisa/ 19. Can the subject-of-a-life criterion help grant rights to non-persons ?
    WILSON Jane/ 20. Determining the limits of justified paternalism : is maximizing autonomy the key ?
    VEHMAS Simo/ 21. The who or what of Steve : severe cognitive impairment and its implications

Cutting through the surface : Philosophical approaches to bioethics
    Rodopi , 2009, 258 p.
    Cote : 2.1/TAK/2009

    1. What is bioethics and where should it be going ?
    2. How to do bioethics ?
    3. Dignity, precaution, and solidarity
    4. Tests and experiments
    5. Rationality, morality, and reproduction
    6. Philosophical responses to enhancements


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