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Ethics and medical genetics in France (extrait du livre: Ethics and human genetics : A cross-cultural perspective / D. Wertz, J. Fletcher)
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Foundations of Biophilosophy : with 12 Figures
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Embryo research in pluralistic Europe
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    Recent advances in techniques and understanding in the field of genetics, embryology and reproductive biology have opened up new ways to treat a wide range of medical problems. They range from new options for infertility treatment and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis to stem-cell-based therapies for debilitating diseases. Since all these approaches involve the manipulation of human gametes, embryos or embryonic cells, and could also permit more contentious uses, they have stimulated a controversial debate as to what aims are desirable and to what extent experiments on human embryos are morally permissible, if permissible at all. The situation is further complicated by the fact that scientific projects are increasingly realized through international co-operation and that patients are increasingly ready to seek morally contentious medical treatment wherever it is available and thus to bypass national legislation.
    In view of this situation the Europaïsche Akademie assembled a temporary interdisciplinary project group in which scientists from universities and non-university research organizations in Europe working on the relevant subjects were brought together and charged with establishing a knowledge base and providing suggestions for long-term solutions that would be acceptable for society. Presented here are the results of this project, ranging from a discussion of the theoretical and practical possibilities in human embryo experimentation and its alternatives in research on adult stem cells, a comparison of the situations and prospects of regulation of embryo research in Europe, a survey of European public atttitudes, and a philosophical analysis of the arguments and argumentative strategies used in the debate.

    SOLTER D ; BEYLEVELD Deryck ; FRIELE M.B. ; et al.
    Springer , 2003, 429 p.
    Cote : 18.5.4/SOL/2003

    Recent advances in techniques and understanding in the field of genetics, embryology and reproductive biology have opened up new ways to treat a wide range of medical problems. They range from new options for infertility treatment and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis to stem-cell-based therapies for debilitating diseases. Since all these approaches involve the manipulation of human gametes, embryos or embryonic cells, and could also permit more contentious uses, they have stimulated a controversial debate as to what aims are desirable and to what extent experiments on human embryos are morally permissible, if permissible at all. The situation is further complicated by the fact that scientific projects are increasingly realized through international co-operation and that patients are increasingly ready to seek morally contentious medical treatment wherever it is available and thus to bypass national legislation.
    In view of this situation the Europaïsche Akademie assembled a temporary interdisciplinary project group in which scientists from universities and non-university research organizations in Europe working on the relevant subjects were brought together and charged with establishing a knowledge base and providing suggestions for long-term solutions that would be acceptable for society. Presented here are the results of this project, ranging from a discussion of the theoretical and practical possibilities in human embryo experimentation and its alternatives in research on adult stem cells, a comparison of the situations and prospects of regulation of embryo research in Europe, a survey of European public atttitudes, and a philosophical analysis of the arguments and argumentative strategies used in the debate.

Bioethics in a small world
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    THIELE Felix/ Introduction
    SCHWEMMER Oswald/ Cultural rationality and moral principles
    TANGWA Godfrey/ Morality and culture : are ethics culture-dependent ?
    KORTHALS Michiel/ Neither golden nugget nor Frankenstein. The need to re-embed food biotechnologies in sociocultural contexts
    DAAR Abdallah/ ACHARAYA Tara/ FILATE Isaac/ THORSTEINSDOTTIR Halla/ SINGER Peter/ Beyond GM foods : genomics, biotechnology and global health equity
    STRAUS Joseph/ Patents on biomaterials - A new colonialism or a means for technology transfer and benefit-sharing ?
    PARRY Bronwyn/ From the corporeal to the informational : exploring the scope of benefit sharing agreements and their applicability to sequence databases
    SHALEV Carmel/ Access to essential drugs : human rights and social justice
    MARCKMANN Georg/ Access to essential drugs : the ethical challenge of allocating obligations
    MORSCHER Edgar/ Why is it morally wrong to clone a human being ? How to evaluate arguments of biopolitics, biomorality, and bioethics
    SCHUKLENK Udo/ Bioethics and (public) policy advice

    THIELE Felix ; ASHCROFT Richard
    Springer , 2005, 138 p.
    Cote : 2.1/THI/2005

    THIELE Felix/ Introduction
    SCHWEMMER Oswald/ Cultural rationality and moral principles
    TANGWA Godfrey/ Morality and culture : are ethics culture-dependent ?
    KORTHALS Michiel/ Neither golden nugget nor Frankenstein. The need to re-embed food biotechnologies in sociocultural contexts
    DAAR Abdallah/ ACHARAYA Tara/ FILATE Isaac/ THORSTEINSDOTTIR Halla/ SINGER Peter/ Beyond GM foods : genomics, biotechnology and global health equity
    STRAUS Joseph/ Patents on biomaterials - A new colonialism or a means for technology transfer and benefit-sharing ?
    PARRY Bronwyn/ From the corporeal to the informational : exploring the scope of benefit sharing agreements and their applicability to sequence databases
    SHALEV Carmel/ Access to essential drugs : human rights and social justice
    MARCKMANN Georg/ Access to essential drugs : the ethical challenge of allocating obligations
    MORSCHER Edgar/ Why is it morally wrong to clone a human being ? How to evaluate arguments of biopolitics, biomorality, and bioethics
    SCHUKLENK Udo/ Bioethics and (public) policy advice

Evidence-based practice in medicine and health care : A discussion of the ethical issues
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    MEULEN Ruud ter et al./ 1.The ethical debate on evidence-based medicine - Introduction to the volume
    SEPERS Christine et al./ 2.Regulating health care. The development of guidelines in medical practice and health policy
    VOS Rein et al./ 3. Evidence-based medicine and power shifts in health care systems
    TALLACCHINI Mariachiara/ 4.Beyond legitimate science : the case for policy-related science
    PORZSOLT Franz et al./ 5. Teaching evidence-based medicine
    PRAETORIUS Frank/ 6. Evidence-based medicine and clinical guidelines in cardiology. Promoting science, practice, or bureaucracy ?
    FABRIS Fabrizio et al./ 7. Are particular patients disadvantaged by EBM ? Focus on frail elderly patients
    REIS Andreas et al./ 8. Evidence-based medicine in mental health : towards better and fairer treatment ?
    ASHCROFT Richard/ 9. Current epistemological problems in evidence-based medicine
    VOS Rein et al./ 10. Coordinating the norms and values of medical research, medical practice and patient worlds. The ethics of evidence-based medicine in "boundary fields of medicine"
    LIE Reidar/ 11. Research ethics and evidence-based medicine
    RASPE Heiner/ 12. Clinical evaluative research : which patients benefit, how and when ? A contribution to a European discussion
    LIBERATI Alessandro et al./ 13. Defining a proper background for discussing evidence-based medicine
    ROGERS Wendy/ 14. Evidence-based medicine and equity : the exclusion of disadvantaged groups
    NORHEIM Ole/ 15. The role of formal outcome evaluations in health policy making : a normative perspective
    NORD Erik/ 16. The usefulness of formal outcome evaluations in health policy making : looking for the baby in the bathwater
    DANIS Marion/ 17. Evidence-based medicine and managed care
    HOUTEPEN Rob et al./ 18. Recommendations from the Evibase project

    TER MEULEN Ruud ; BILLER-ANDORNO Nikola ; LENK Christian ; LIE Reidar K.
    Springer , 2005, 184 p.
    Cote : 6.9/TER/2005

    MEULEN Ruud ter et al./ 1.The ethical debate on evidence-based medicine - Introduction to the volume
    SEPERS Christine et al./ 2.Regulating health care. The development of guidelines in medical practice and health policy
    VOS Rein et al./ 3. Evidence-based medicine and power shifts in health care systems
    TALLACCHINI Mariachiara/ 4.Beyond legitimate science : the case for policy-related science
    PORZSOLT Franz et al./ 5. Teaching evidence-based medicine
    PRAETORIUS Frank/ 6. Evidence-based medicine and clinical guidelines in cardiology. Promoting science, practice, or bureaucracy ?
    FABRIS Fabrizio et al./ 7. Are particular patients disadvantaged by EBM ? Focus on frail elderly patients
    REIS Andreas et al./ 8. Evidence-based medicine in mental health : towards better and fairer treatment ?
    ASHCROFT Richard/ 9. Current epistemological problems in evidence-based medicine
    VOS Rein et al./ 10. Coordinating the norms and values of medical research, medical practice and patient worlds. The ethics of evidence-based medicine in "boundary fields of medicine"
    LIE Reidar/ 11. Research ethics and evidence-based medicine
    RASPE Heiner/ 12. Clinical evaluative research : which patients benefit, how and when ? A contribution to a European discussion
    LIBERATI Alessandro et al./ 13. Defining a proper background for discussing evidence-based medicine
    ROGERS Wendy/ 14. Evidence-based medicine and equity : the exclusion of disadvantaged groups
    NORHEIM Ole/ 15. The role of formal outcome evaluations in health policy making : a normative perspective
    NORD Erik/ 16. The usefulness of formal outcome evaluations in health policy making : looking for the baby in the bathwater
    DANIS Marion/ 17. Evidence-based medicine and managed care
    HOUTEPEN Rob et al./ 18. Recommendations from the Evibase project

The edge of life : Human dignity and contemporary bioethics
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    This book resituates bioethics in fundamental outlook by challenging both the dominant Kantian and utilitarian approaches to evaluating how new technologies apply to human life. Drawing on an analysis of the dignity of the human person, both as an agent and as the recipient of action, "The edge of life" presents a "theoretical" approach to the problems of contemporary bioethics and applies this approach to various disputed questions. Should conjoined twins be split, if the division will end the life of the weaker twin ? Was Bush's stem cell research decision morally acceptable ? Are the "quality of life" and "sanctity of life" ethics irreconciliably incompatible ?
    The book focuses particularly on the controversial issues surrounding the beginning and ending of human life, tackling some of the toughest practical questions of bioethics including new reproductive technologies (artificial wombs), stem cell research, abortion, death penalty.

    KACZOR Christopher
    Springer , 2005, 156 p.
    Cote : 1.14/KAC/2005

    This book resituates bioethics in fundamental outlook by challenging both the dominant Kantian and utilitarian approaches to evaluating how new technologies apply to human life. Drawing on an analysis of the dignity of the human person, both as an agent and as the recipient of action, "The edge of life" presents a "theoretical" approach to the problems of contemporary bioethics and applies this approach to various disputed questions. Should conjoined twins be split, if the division will end the life of the weaker twin ? Was Bush's stem cell research decision morally acceptable ? Are the "quality of life" and "sanctity of life" ethics irreconciliably incompatible ?
    The book focuses particularly on the controversial issues surrounding the beginning and ending of human life, tackling some of the toughest practical questions of bioethics including new reproductive technologies (artificial wombs), stem cell research, abortion, death penalty.

For an ethical function in hospitals IN: Clinical bioethics. A search for the foundations / C. Viafora
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    NB: la version française de ce texte est parue dans Ethica Clinica n° 15, 1999, pp. 30-40

    BOITTE Pierre
    Springer , 2005, pp. 169-180
    Cote : 3.4/BOI/2005 CEM

    NB: la version française de ce texte est parue dans Ethica Clinica n° 15, 1999, pp. 30-40

Clinical bioethics : A search for the foundations
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    International meeting on clinical bioethics, Padua, 1999 October 19-23
    A theory of clinical bioethics based on the integration of the moral logic of health care practice ("internal morality") and the larger social concerns and processes ("external morality").
    This book compares major theoretical models in the foundation of clinical bioethics and explains medicine as a normative practice. The goals of medicine are discussed with particular reference to the subjectivisation of health and the rationalisation of health care institutions. This book provides a consistent reconstruction of bioethical judgment both at the level of epistemological statute and institutional context, i.e. clinical ethics committees and clinical ethics consultation.

    VIAFORA Corrado/ Introduction
    Part 1. Clinical bioethics : comparing theoretical models
    THOMASMA David/ Clinical bioethics in a postmodern age
    PELLEGRINO Edmund/ The "telos" of medicine and the good of the patient
    GRACIA Diego/ The foundation of medical ethics in the democratic evolution of modern society
    TEN HAVE Henk/ A communitarian approach to clinical bioethics
    CADORE Bruno/ A hermeneutical approach to clinical bioethics
    PARKER Michael/ A deliberative approach to clinical bioethics
    Part 2. Toward clinical bioethics integrating "internal morality" and "external morality"
    TEN HAVE Henk/ "A helping and caring profession" : medicine as a normative practice
    Part 2.1. The goals of medicine in relation to the subjectivisation of health and rationalisation of health care institutions
    MORDACCI Roberto/ Medicine as a practice and the ethics of illness
    ZATTI Paolo/ The right to choose one's health
    VINEIS Paolo/ The tension between ethics and evidence-based medicine
    JOCHEMSEN H. et al./ Maintaining integrity in times of scarce resources
    Part 2.2. Bioethical judgment : epistemological statute and institutional context
    DELL'ORO Roberto/ Interpreting clinical judgment : epistemological notes on the praxis of medicine
    BOITTE Pierre/ For an ethical function in hospitals
    VIAFORA Corrado/ The ethical function in the health care institutions : clinical ethics committees
    General bibliography

    VIAFORA Corrado
    Springer , 2005, 206 p.
    Cote : 3.4/VIA/2005

    International meeting on clinical bioethics, Padua, 1999 October 19-23
    A theory of clinical bioethics based on the integration of the moral logic of health care practice ("internal morality") and the larger social concerns and processes ("external morality").
    This book compares major theoretical models in the foundation of clinical bioethics and explains medicine as a normative practice. The goals of medicine are discussed with particular reference to the subjectivisation of health and the rationalisation of health care institutions. This book provides a consistent reconstruction of bioethical judgment both at the level of epistemological statute and institutional context, i.e. clinical ethics committees and clinical ethics consultation.

    VIAFORA Corrado/ Introduction
    Part 1. Clinical bioethics : comparing theoretical models
    THOMASMA David/ Clinical bioethics in a postmodern age
    PELLEGRINO Edmund/ The "telos" of medicine and the good of the patient
    GRACIA Diego/ The foundation of medical ethics in the democratic evolution of modern society
    TEN HAVE Henk/ A communitarian approach to clinical bioethics
    CADORE Bruno/ A hermeneutical approach to clinical bioethics
    PARKER Michael/ A deliberative approach to clinical bioethics
    Part 2. Toward clinical bioethics integrating "internal morality" and "external morality"
    TEN HAVE Henk/ "A helping and caring profession" : medicine as a normative practice
    Part 2.1. The goals of medicine in relation to the subjectivisation of health and rationalisation of health care institutions
    MORDACCI Roberto/ Medicine as a practice and the ethics of illness
    ZATTI Paolo/ The right to choose one's health
    VINEIS Paolo/ The tension between ethics and evidence-based medicine
    JOCHEMSEN H. et al./ Maintaining integrity in times of scarce resources
    Part 2.2. Bioethical judgment : epistemological statute and institutional context
    DELL'ORO Roberto/ Interpreting clinical judgment : epistemological notes on the praxis of medicine
    BOITTE Pierre/ For an ethical function in hospitals
    VIAFORA Corrado/ The ethical function in the health care institutions : clinical ethics committees
    General bibliography

A hermeneutical approach to clinical bioethics IN: Clinical bioethics : A search for the foundations / C. Viafora
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Moral education : Beyond the teaching of right and wrong
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    This volume is unique in providing a comprehensive discussion of moral education in the light of a range of ethical theories. In a balanced, thoughtful and penetrating account, all of these are shown to have a contribution to make to our moral understanding, and hence to moral education, even if none provides a definitive criterion of moral conduct. Though divine command is rejected as a source of moral justification, the possible contribution of some religious traditions to moral education is sympathetically considered. Fashionable relativism and recent moves towards inculcatory authoritarianism are both firmly rejected. The argument is philosophically rigorous throughout. Contemporary issues addressed include the links between personal morality and citizenship, including world citizenship, family values and sexual morality. A final chapter considers some of the practical concerns of the moral educator. The language is lucid and concise and, though written with professional philosophers of education and teacher educators in mind, the text will be readily accessible to practising teachers and those in training, as well as to members of the general public concerned for the moral education of the next generation.

    WRINGE Colin
    Springer , 2006, 185 p.
    Cote : 3.10/WRI/2006

    This volume is unique in providing a comprehensive discussion of moral education in the light of a range of ethical theories. In a balanced, thoughtful and penetrating account, all of these are shown to have a contribution to make to our moral understanding, and hence to moral education, even if none provides a definitive criterion of moral conduct. Though divine command is rejected as a source of moral justification, the possible contribution of some religious traditions to moral education is sympathetically considered. Fashionable relativism and recent moves towards inculcatory authoritarianism are both firmly rejected. The argument is philosophically rigorous throughout. Contemporary issues addressed include the links between personal morality and citizenship, including world citizenship, family values and sexual morality. A final chapter considers some of the practical concerns of the moral educator. The language is lucid and concise and, though written with professional philosophers of education and teacher educators in mind, the text will be readily accessible to practising teachers and those in training, as well as to members of the general public concerned for the moral education of the next generation.

A new deal for an effective European research policy : The design and impacts of the 7th Framework Programme
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    1. Challenges to the European exception : what can S&T do ?
    2. Are expectations too high ? Weaknesses of Europe's S&T system
    3. Opening the window of opportunity : the new policy context
    4. Building on experience : learning lessons from past Framework Programmes
    5. Engaging stakeholders for better policy-making
    6. European added value, option analysis, and the Commission's proposal for the 7th Framework Programme
    7. From proposals to commitments - The 7th Framework Programme and the European decision-making process
    Conclusion and perspectives

    MULDUR Ugur ; CORVERS Fabienne ; DELANGHE Henri ; et al.
    Springer , 2006, 289 p.
    Cote : 33.6/MUL/2006

    1. Challenges to the European exception : what can S&T do ?
    2. Are expectations too high ? Weaknesses of Europe's S&T system
    3. Opening the window of opportunity : the new policy context
    4. Building on experience : learning lessons from past Framework Programmes
    5. Engaging stakeholders for better policy-making
    6. European added value, option analysis, and the Commission's proposal for the 7th Framework Programme
    7. From proposals to commitments - The 7th Framework Programme and the European decision-making process
    Conclusion and perspectives

Means, ends and medical care
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    Overview : Broad considerations in the relation of means and ends, treating and healing
    1. Cognitive semantic structures in informal means/ends reasoning
    2. Health and disease : fluid concepts evolved non-literally
    3. John Dewey's perspectives on means and ends : the setting which makes informal deliberation necessary
    4. John Dewey's view of situations, problems, means and ends
    5. Preference, utility and value in means and ends reasoning
    6. Full spectrum means and ends reasoning

    WRIGHT H. G.
    Springer , 2007, 179 p.
    Cote : 0.12/WRI/2007

    Overview : Broad considerations in the relation of means and ends, treating and healing
    1. Cognitive semantic structures in informal means/ends reasoning
    2. Health and disease : fluid concepts evolved non-literally
    3. John Dewey's perspectives on means and ends : the setting which makes informal deliberation necessary
    4. John Dewey's view of situations, problems, means and ends
    5. Preference, utility and value in means and ends reasoning
    6. Full spectrum means and ends reasoning

Pluralistic casuistry : Balancing moral arguments, economic realities, and political theory
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    CHERRY Mark/ SMITH ILTIS Ana/ 1. Moral casuistry, medical research and innovation, and rabbinical decision-making
    Section I. Pluralistic moral casusitry
    MCCULLOUGH Laurence/ 2. Notes toward a pluralistic professional medical ethics
    WILDES Kevin/ 3. Ethics and deep moral ambiguity
    MALEK Janet/ 4. Moral judgment and the ideal intuitor : dealing with moral confusion and moral disagreement
    KELLEY Maureen/ 5. Casuistry naturalized
    Section II. Jewish medical ethics
    LUSTIG Andrew/ 6. Intuitionism, divine commands, and natural law
    ZOLOTH Laurie/ 7. In case : contingency and particularity in bioethics : discursive method and clinical Midrash brief notes on a lesson from my teacher Baruch Brody
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ The Euthyphro's dilemma reconsidered : a variation on a theme from Brody on Halakhic method
    Section III. Biomedical public policy
    ARNOLD Robert/ 9. The good (philosophy), the bad (public policy) and the ugliness of blaming families for ineffectual treatments
    MORREIM E. Haavi/ 10. A matter of obligation : physicians versus clinical investigators
    KOPELMAN Loretta/ 11. Is withholding artificial nutrition and hydration from PVS patients active euthanasia ?
    Section IV. Critical application and analysis
    PARKER J. Clint/ 12. The virtue of integrity in Baruch Brody's moral framework
    BRAKMAN Sarah-Vaughan/ 13. Paradigms, practices and politics : ethics and the language of human embryo transfer/donation/rescue/adoption
    KAMM F.M./ 14. Brody on passive and active euthanasia
    Section V. Response to friends and criticisms
    BRODY Baruch/ 15. Comments on the essays
    Appendix : Selected bibliography of the works of Baruch A. Brody

    CHERRY Mark ; SMITH ILTIS Ana
    Springer , 2007, 254 p.
    Cote : 3.1/CHE/2007

    CHERRY Mark/ SMITH ILTIS Ana/ 1. Moral casuistry, medical research and innovation, and rabbinical decision-making
    Section I. Pluralistic moral casusitry
    MCCULLOUGH Laurence/ 2. Notes toward a pluralistic professional medical ethics
    WILDES Kevin/ 3. Ethics and deep moral ambiguity
    MALEK Janet/ 4. Moral judgment and the ideal intuitor : dealing with moral confusion and moral disagreement
    KELLEY Maureen/ 5. Casuistry naturalized
    Section II. Jewish medical ethics
    LUSTIG Andrew/ 6. Intuitionism, divine commands, and natural law
    ZOLOTH Laurie/ 7. In case : contingency and particularity in bioethics : discursive method and clinical Midrash brief notes on a lesson from my teacher Baruch Brody
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ The Euthyphro's dilemma reconsidered : a variation on a theme from Brody on Halakhic method
    Section III. Biomedical public policy
    ARNOLD Robert/ 9. The good (philosophy), the bad (public policy) and the ugliness of blaming families for ineffectual treatments
    MORREIM E. Haavi/ 10. A matter of obligation : physicians versus clinical investigators
    KOPELMAN Loretta/ 11. Is withholding artificial nutrition and hydration from PVS patients active euthanasia ?
    Section IV. Critical application and analysis
    PARKER J. Clint/ 12. The virtue of integrity in Baruch Brody's moral framework
    BRAKMAN Sarah-Vaughan/ 13. Paradigms, practices and politics : ethics and the language of human embryo transfer/donation/rescue/adoption
    KAMM F.M./ 14. Brody on passive and active euthanasia
    Section V. Response to friends and criticisms
    BRODY Baruch/ 15. Comments on the essays
    Appendix : Selected bibliography of the works of Baruch A. Brody

Establishing medical reality : Essays in the metaphysics and epistemology of biomedical science
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    KINCAID Harold/ MCKITRICK Jennifer/ 1. Introduction
    BENDITT Theodore/ 2. Normality, disease and enhancement
    NORDENFELT Lennart/ 3. Holistic theories of health as applicable to non-human living beings
    AMICO Robert d'/ 4. Disease and the concept of supervenience
    SCHWARTZ Peter/ 5. Decision and discovery in defining "disease"
    RISJORD Mark/ 6. Race and scientific reduction
    SMITH Kelly/ 7. Towards an adequate account of genetic disease
    PERLMAN Robert/ 8. Why disease persists : an evolutionary nosology
    HORWITZ Allan/ 9. Creating mental illness in non-disordered community populations
    MCKITRICK Jennifer/ 10. Gender identity disorder
    BLUHM Robyn/ 11. Clinical trials as nomological machines : implications for evidence-based medicine
    SOLOMON Miriam/ 12. The social epistemology of NIH consensus conferences
    HOWES Moira/ 13. Maternal agency and the immunological paradox of pregnancy
    KAPLAN Jonathan/ 14. Violence and public health : exploring the relationship between biological perspectives on violent behavior and public health approaches to violence prevention
    GIFFORD Fred/ 15. Taking equipoise sriously : the failure of clinical or community equipoise to resolve the ethical dilemmas in randomized clinical trials

    KINCAID Harold ; MCKITRICK Jennifer
    Springer , 2007, 236 p.
    Cote : 0.12/KIN/2007

    KINCAID Harold/ MCKITRICK Jennifer/ 1. Introduction
    BENDITT Theodore/ 2. Normality, disease and enhancement
    NORDENFELT Lennart/ 3. Holistic theories of health as applicable to non-human living beings
    AMICO Robert d'/ 4. Disease and the concept of supervenience
    SCHWARTZ Peter/ 5. Decision and discovery in defining "disease"
    RISJORD Mark/ 6. Race and scientific reduction
    SMITH Kelly/ 7. Towards an adequate account of genetic disease
    PERLMAN Robert/ 8. Why disease persists : an evolutionary nosology
    HORWITZ Allan/ 9. Creating mental illness in non-disordered community populations
    MCKITRICK Jennifer/ 10. Gender identity disorder
    BLUHM Robyn/ 11. Clinical trials as nomological machines : implications for evidence-based medicine
    SOLOMON Miriam/ 12. The social epistemology of NIH consensus conferences
    HOWES Moira/ 13. Maternal agency and the immunological paradox of pregnancy
    KAPLAN Jonathan/ 14. Violence and public health : exploring the relationship between biological perspectives on violent behavior and public health approaches to violence prevention
    GIFFORD Fred/ 15. Taking equipoise sriously : the failure of clinical or community equipoise to resolve the ethical dilemmas in randomized clinical trials

Autonomy and human rights in health care : An international perspective
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    Part I. Health care, human rights and social policy
    THOMASMA David/ 1. Evolving bioethics and international human rights
    SULMASY David/ 2. Dignity, rights, health care, and human flourishing
    DIAZ PINTOS Guillermo/ 3. Human rights : the ethics of globalization
    GOLDWORTH Amnon/ 4. Human rights and the right to health care
    GUINN David/ 5. Religion, international human rights and women's health : synthesizing principles and politics
    Part II. The centrality and limits of autonomy
    RENDTORFF Jacob/ 6. The limitations and accomplishements of autonomy as a basic principle in bioethics and biolaw
    PALAZZANI Laura/ 7. Person and human being in bioethics and biolaw
    RAMON DE PARAMO ARGUELLES Juan/ 8. Welfare rights and health care
    VAUGHT Wayne/ 9. Autonomy and the rights of minors
    PALERMO George/ 10. Domestic violence
    WEISSTUB David/ 11. Balancing autonomy and traditional values in treating terminally ill patients : towards locating the right questions for Japan
    Part III. Pluralism, race and health
    CARNEY Terry/ 12. Culture, community or rights
    GONZALEZ Ana Marta/ 13. Bioethics between nature and culture
    JOCHEMSEN Henk/ 14. Medical practice as the primary context for medical ethics
    OLLERO Andres/ 15. Euthanasia and multiculturalism
    Part IV. Future legal ordering and social planning
    ROMEO-CASABONA Carlos/ 16. International law and genetic counselling
    GORDON Elisa/ 17. International perspective on organ donation
    RHODES Rosamond/ 18. Justice in the distribution of transplant organs
    APARISI MIRALLES Angela et al./ 19. Human cloning and human dignity
    SMITH George/ 20. Accessing health care resources : economic, medical, ethical and socio-legal challenges
    ARBOLEDA-FLOREZ Julio et al./ 21. Mental health rights : the relation between constitution and bioethics
    Part V. Individual integrity, research ethics and human rights
    KISSELL Judith/22. The "vulnerability" quagmire in international research
    TOMOSSY George/ 23. Human rights, health care and biomedical innovation : confronting the research imperative
    MISHARA Brian et al./ 24. The rights to die and the duty to save : a reflection on ethical presuppositions in suicide research
    GARWOOD-GOWERS Austen/ 25. The right to bodily security vis-à-vis the needs of others

    WEISSTUB David ; DIAZ-PINTOS Guillermo
    Springer , 2008, 401 p.
    Cote : 2.1/WEI/2008

    Part I. Health care, human rights and social policy
    THOMASMA David/ 1. Evolving bioethics and international human rights
    SULMASY David/ 2. Dignity, rights, health care, and human flourishing
    DIAZ PINTOS Guillermo/ 3. Human rights : the ethics of globalization
    GOLDWORTH Amnon/ 4. Human rights and the right to health care
    GUINN David/ 5. Religion, international human rights and women's health : synthesizing principles and politics
    Part II. The centrality and limits of autonomy
    RENDTORFF Jacob/ 6. The limitations and accomplishements of autonomy as a basic principle in bioethics and biolaw
    PALAZZANI Laura/ 7. Person and human being in bioethics and biolaw
    RAMON DE PARAMO ARGUELLES Juan/ 8. Welfare rights and health care
    VAUGHT Wayne/ 9. Autonomy and the rights of minors
    PALERMO George/ 10. Domestic violence
    WEISSTUB David/ 11. Balancing autonomy and traditional values in treating terminally ill patients : towards locating the right questions for Japan
    Part III. Pluralism, race and health
    CARNEY Terry/ 12. Culture, community or rights
    GONZALEZ Ana Marta/ 13. Bioethics between nature and culture
    JOCHEMSEN Henk/ 14. Medical practice as the primary context for medical ethics
    OLLERO Andres/ 15. Euthanasia and multiculturalism
    Part IV. Future legal ordering and social planning
    ROMEO-CASABONA Carlos/ 16. International law and genetic counselling
    GORDON Elisa/ 17. International perspective on organ donation
    RHODES Rosamond/ 18. Justice in the distribution of transplant organs
    APARISI MIRALLES Angela et al./ 19. Human cloning and human dignity
    SMITH George/ 20. Accessing health care resources : economic, medical, ethical and socio-legal challenges
    ARBOLEDA-FLOREZ Julio et al./ 21. Mental health rights : the relation between constitution and bioethics
    Part V. Individual integrity, research ethics and human rights
    KISSELL Judith/22. The "vulnerability" quagmire in international research
    TOMOSSY George/ 23. Human rights, health care and biomedical innovation : confronting the research imperative
    MISHARA Brian et al./ 24. The rights to die and the duty to save : a reflection on ethical presuppositions in suicide research
    GARWOOD-GOWERS Austen/ 25. The right to bodily security vis-à-vis the needs of others

Bioethics in cultural contexts : Reflections on methods and finitude
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    I. Fundamental aspects
    JONSEN Albert/ 1. History and future of bioethics
    MIETH Dietmar/ 2. The need for ethical evaluation in biomedicine and biopolitics
    SITTER-LIVER Beat/ 3. Finitude - A neglected perspective in bioethics
    REHMANN-SUTTER Christoph/ 4. Limits of bioethics
    CASTIGNONE Silvana/ 5. The problem of limits of law in bioethical issues
    II. Classical approaches
    DUWELL Marcus/ 6. One moral principle or many ?
    SCHONE-SEIFERT Bettina/ 7. Dangers and merits of principlism : meta-theoretical reflections on the Beauchamp/Childress-approach to biomedical ethics
    FEUILLET LE MINTIER Brigitte/ 8. The journey from ethics to law : the case of euthanasia
    MORDACCI Roberto/ 9. Recognition and respect for persons : a personalistic interpretation of Kant's categorical imperative
    BEYLEVELD Deryck/ 10. Rationality in bioethics : reasonable adjudication in a life and death case of the separation of cojoined twins
    III. Culture and society
    CORTINA Adela/ 11. The public role of bioethics and the role of the public
    GRAUMANN Sigrid/ 12. Experts on bioethics in biopolitics
    WIESEMANN Claudia/ 13. The contribution of medical history to medical ethics : the case of brain death
    KRIZOVA Eva/ 14. Alternative medicine : a dispute on truth, power or money ?
    TISHCHENKO Pavel/ 15. Dimensions of cultural diversity of medical ethics
    IV. Body and identity
    WILS Jean-Pierre/ 16. Body, perception and identity
    LEACH SCULLY Jackie/ 17. Disabled embodiment and an ethic of care
    LESCH Walter/ 18. Coping with limits : two strategies and their anthropological and ethical implications
    V. Innovative modes of analysis
    HAIMES Erica/ 19. What can the social sciences contribute to the study of ethics ? Theoretical, empirical and substantive considerations
    KETTNER Matthias/ 20. Discourse ethics : Apel, Habermas, and beyond
    FEDER KITTAY Eva/ 21. The concept of care ethics in biomedicine : the case of disability
    RAPP Rayna/ 22. THe thick social matrix for bioethics : anthropologicel approaches
    HAKER Hille/ 23. Narrative bioethics

    REHMANN-SUTTER Christoph ; DUWELL Marcus ; MIETH Dietmar
    Springer , 2006, 384 p.
    Cote : 2.1/REH/2006

    I. Fundamental aspects
    JONSEN Albert/ 1. History and future of bioethics
    MIETH Dietmar/ 2. The need for ethical evaluation in biomedicine and biopolitics
    SITTER-LIVER Beat/ 3. Finitude - A neglected perspective in bioethics
    REHMANN-SUTTER Christoph/ 4. Limits of bioethics
    CASTIGNONE Silvana/ 5. The problem of limits of law in bioethical issues
    II. Classical approaches
    DUWELL Marcus/ 6. One moral principle or many ?
    SCHONE-SEIFERT Bettina/ 7. Dangers and merits of principlism : meta-theoretical reflections on the Beauchamp/Childress-approach to biomedical ethics
    FEUILLET LE MINTIER Brigitte/ 8. The journey from ethics to law : the case of euthanasia
    MORDACCI Roberto/ 9. Recognition and respect for persons : a personalistic interpretation of Kant's categorical imperative
    BEYLEVELD Deryck/ 10. Rationality in bioethics : reasonable adjudication in a life and death case of the separation of cojoined twins
    III. Culture and society
    CORTINA Adela/ 11. The public role of bioethics and the role of the public
    GRAUMANN Sigrid/ 12. Experts on bioethics in biopolitics
    WIESEMANN Claudia/ 13. The contribution of medical history to medical ethics : the case of brain death
    KRIZOVA Eva/ 14. Alternative medicine : a dispute on truth, power or money ?
    TISHCHENKO Pavel/ 15. Dimensions of cultural diversity of medical ethics
    IV. Body and identity
    WILS Jean-Pierre/ 16. Body, perception and identity
    LEACH SCULLY Jackie/ 17. Disabled embodiment and an ethic of care
    LESCH Walter/ 18. Coping with limits : two strategies and their anthropological and ethical implications
    V. Innovative modes of analysis
    HAIMES Erica/ 19. What can the social sciences contribute to the study of ethics ? Theoretical, empirical and substantive considerations
    KETTNER Matthias/ 20. Discourse ethics : Apel, Habermas, and beyond
    FEDER KITTAY Eva/ 21. The concept of care ethics in biomedicine : the case of disability
    RAPP Rayna/ 22. THe thick social matrix for bioethics : anthropologicel approaches
    HAKER Hille/ 23. Narrative bioethics

Les vérités du cancer : Partager l'information, installer la relation
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    BACQUE Marie-Frédérique/ Le vrai, le juste, le bon...
    HOERNI Bernard et al./ Ne plus mentir
    CONSTANTINIDES Yannis/ Qu'est-ce que la vérité ?
    FAINZANG Sylvie/ Les médecins et la vérité : une nouvelle perspective
    ASSUS-JUTTNER Françoise/ Désir de droit à l'épreuve des artifices
    CARRETIER Julien et al./ Pour un partage du savoir et la construction d'une nouvelle relation entre les malades et leurs proches
    MOUTEL Grégoire/ La transmission de l'information aux proches et la question de la confiance partagée avec un individu désigné
    PIOLLET-CALMETTE Isabelle/ La transmission du savoir en oncogénétique
    REICH Michel/ Le médecin face à l'annonce d'un diagnostic de cancer : Dr Jeckyll et Mr Hyde
    GUILLOU Philippe/ Le médecin généraliste, le cancer et la vérité
    DERZELLE Martine/ Vérités et cancer : expérience de la psychanalyse
    LECOMTE Danièle/ Savoir et vérité en fin de vie
    BURY Jacques/ Evolutions du droit à l'information : attention ! Une autruche peut en cacher une autre...
    BACQUE Marie-Frédérique/ La vérité sur ma mort

    BACQUE Marie-Frédérique
    Springer , 2008, 178 p.
    Cote : 6.2/BAC/2008

    BACQUE Marie-Frédérique/ Le vrai, le juste, le bon...
    HOERNI Bernard et al./ Ne plus mentir
    CONSTANTINIDES Yannis/ Qu'est-ce que la vérité ?
    FAINZANG Sylvie/ Les médecins et la vérité : une nouvelle perspective
    ASSUS-JUTTNER Françoise/ Désir de droit à l'épreuve des artifices
    CARRETIER Julien et al./ Pour un partage du savoir et la construction d'une nouvelle relation entre les malades et leurs proches
    MOUTEL Grégoire/ La transmission de l'information aux proches et la question de la confiance partagée avec un individu désigné
    PIOLLET-CALMETTE Isabelle/ La transmission du savoir en oncogénétique
    REICH Michel/ Le médecin face à l'annonce d'un diagnostic de cancer : Dr Jeckyll et Mr Hyde
    GUILLOU Philippe/ Le médecin généraliste, le cancer et la vérité
    DERZELLE Martine/ Vérités et cancer : expérience de la psychanalyse
    LECOMTE Danièle/ Savoir et vérité en fin de vie
    BURY Jacques/ Evolutions du droit à l'information : attention ! Une autruche peut en cacher une autre...
    BACQUE Marie-Frédérique/ La vérité sur ma mort

Professional ethics education : Studies in compassionate empathy
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    1. Introduction
    2. The disambiguation of "empathy" : affective and cognitive conceptions
    3. A conceptual and empirical sketch of compassionate empathy
    4. The paradox of compassionate empathy's moral worth
    5. Compassionate empathy, moral perception and moral conscience
    6. Intermezzo on moral emotion education : imagination, imitation, and reappraisal
    7. Compassionate empathy in professional and practical ethics education

    MAXWELL Bruce
    Springer , 2008, 198 p.
    Cote : 3.10/MAX/2008

    1. Introduction
    2. The disambiguation of "empathy" : affective and cognitive conceptions
    3. A conceptual and empirical sketch of compassionate empathy
    4. The paradox of compassionate empathy's moral worth
    5. Compassionate empathy, moral perception and moral conscience
    6. Intermezzo on moral emotion education : imagination, imitation, and reappraisal
    7. Compassionate empathy in professional and practical ethics education

International public health policy and ethics
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    BOYLAN Michael/ Introduction. International public health : morality, politics, poverty, war, disease
    Part I. Morality and politics
    QUIGLEY Muireann et al./ Personal or public health ?
    HESSLER Kristen/ Exploring the philosophical foundations of the human rights approach to international public health ethics
    BEYLEVELD Deryck et al./ Moral interests, privacy, and medical research
    TEAYS Wanda/ Torture and public health
    PURDY Laura/ Exporting the "culture of life"
    Part II. Monery and poverty
    DANIELS Norman/ International health inequalities and global justice
    GORDON John-Stewart/ Poverty, human rights, and just distribution
    ILLIES Christian/ Why should we help the poor ? Philosophy and poverty
    CUMMISKEY David/ Health care justice : the social insurance approach
    SYSE Henrik/ Investments, universal ownership, and public health
    Part III. Medical need and response
    FRANCIS Leslie et al./ Toward control of infectious disease : ethical challenges for a global effort
    TONG Rosemarie/ Shaping ethical guidelines for an influenza pandemic
    SELGELID Michael et al./ TB matters more
    GIORDANO Simona/ Ethics of management of gender atypical organisation in children and adolescents
    BOYLAN Michael/ Clean water

    BOYLAN Michael
    Springer , 2008, 297 p.
    Cote : 8.7/BOY/2008

    BOYLAN Michael/ Introduction. International public health : morality, politics, poverty, war, disease
    Part I. Morality and politics
    QUIGLEY Muireann et al./ Personal or public health ?
    HESSLER Kristen/ Exploring the philosophical foundations of the human rights approach to international public health ethics
    BEYLEVELD Deryck et al./ Moral interests, privacy, and medical research
    TEAYS Wanda/ Torture and public health
    PURDY Laura/ Exporting the "culture of life"
    Part II. Monery and poverty
    DANIELS Norman/ International health inequalities and global justice
    GORDON John-Stewart/ Poverty, human rights, and just distribution
    ILLIES Christian/ Why should we help the poor ? Philosophy and poverty
    CUMMISKEY David/ Health care justice : the social insurance approach
    SYSE Henrik/ Investments, universal ownership, and public health
    Part III. Medical need and response
    FRANCIS Leslie et al./ Toward control of infectious disease : ethical challenges for a global effort
    TONG Rosemarie/ Shaping ethical guidelines for an influenza pandemic
    SELGELID Michael et al./ TB matters more
    GIORDANO Simona/ Ethics of management of gender atypical organisation in children and adolescents
    BOYLAN Michael/ Clean water

The influence of genetics on contemporary thinking
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    FAGOT-LARGEAULT Anne/ Interview of François Jacob
    Part I. Genetics and the life sciences
    AYALA Francisco José et al./ 1. Genetics and the human lineage : can genetics throw some light on the evolution of the human lineage ?
    DEBRU Claude/ 2. Genetics and neuroscience : some examples of their recent convergence and of the continuing nature-nurture controversy, with emphasis on sleep physiology
    MATSUNO Koichiro/ 3. Who made the genetic codes, how and by what ?
    MORANGE Michel/ 4. Genetics, life and death : genetics as providing a definition of life and death
    Part II. Genetics and philosophy of science : the reductionism debate and beyond
    BOUCHARD Frédéric/ 5. Moving beyond the influence of molecular genetics on the debate about reductionism in philosophy of biology
    GAYON Jean/ 6. The concept of the gene in contemporary biology : continuity or dissolution ?
    LORENZANO Pablo/ 7. The influence of genetics on the philosophy of science : classical genetics and the structuralist view of theories
    VAN SPEYBROECK Linda et al./ Epi-geneticization : where biological and philosophical thinking meet
    Part III. Genetics and the ethical, legal and sociological debate
    FAGOT-LARGEAULT Anne/ 9. Is DNA revolutionizing medicine ?
    GOFFI Jean-Yves/ 10. The harm of being a clone
    KAPLAN Jonathan Michael/ 11. Children of one's own : genes, parenthood and the illusion of control
    ROMEO-CASABONA Carlos/ 12. Is a transcultural law for human genetics and biotechnology possible ?
    TORRES Juan Manuel/ 13. Genetics and society : a different view

    FAGOT-LARGEAULT Anne ; RAHMAN Shahid ; TORRES Juan Manuel
    Springer , 2007, 214 p.
    Cote : 15.11/FAG/2007

    FAGOT-LARGEAULT Anne/ Interview of François Jacob
    Part I. Genetics and the life sciences
    AYALA Francisco José et al./ 1. Genetics and the human lineage : can genetics throw some light on the evolution of the human lineage ?
    DEBRU Claude/ 2. Genetics and neuroscience : some examples of their recent convergence and of the continuing nature-nurture controversy, with emphasis on sleep physiology
    MATSUNO Koichiro/ 3. Who made the genetic codes, how and by what ?
    MORANGE Michel/ 4. Genetics, life and death : genetics as providing a definition of life and death
    Part II. Genetics and philosophy of science : the reductionism debate and beyond
    BOUCHARD Frédéric/ 5. Moving beyond the influence of molecular genetics on the debate about reductionism in philosophy of biology
    GAYON Jean/ 6. The concept of the gene in contemporary biology : continuity or dissolution ?
    LORENZANO Pablo/ 7. The influence of genetics on the philosophy of science : classical genetics and the structuralist view of theories
    VAN SPEYBROECK Linda et al./ Epi-geneticization : where biological and philosophical thinking meet
    Part III. Genetics and the ethical, legal and sociological debate
    FAGOT-LARGEAULT Anne/ 9. Is DNA revolutionizing medicine ?
    GOFFI Jean-Yves/ 10. The harm of being a clone
    KAPLAN Jonathan Michael/ 11. Children of one's own : genes, parenthood and the illusion of control
    ROMEO-CASABONA Carlos/ 12. Is a transcultural law for human genetics and biotechnology possible ?
    TORRES Juan Manuel/ 13. Genetics and society : a different view

Competence and vulnerability in biomedical research
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    1. Five concepts of competence
    2. Consent, vulnerability and research
    3. Gewirth's theory of agency rights
    4. Proportionality, precaution and judgments of competence
    5. The competences of cognitively vulnerable groups
    6. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research
    7. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research in England and Wales
    8. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research in the United States

    BIELBY Philip
    Springer , 2008, 236 p.
    Cote : 18.3/BIE/2008

    1. Five concepts of competence
    2. Consent, vulnerability and research
    3. Gewirth's theory of agency rights
    4. Proportionality, precaution and judgments of competence
    5. The competences of cognitively vulnerable groups
    6. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research
    7. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research in England and Wales
    8. Cognitive vulnerability and consent to biomedical research in the United States

Medical enhancement and posthumanity
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    Part I. Medical enhancement
    WIESING Urban/ 1. The history of medical enhancement : from "Restitutio ad integrum" to "Transformatio ad optimum" ?
    CHADWICK Ruth/ 2. Therapy, enhancement and improvement
    FITZGERALD S.J. Kevin/ 3. Medical enhancement : a destination of technological, not human, betterment
    AGAR Nicholas/ 4. How to defend genetic enhancement
    Part II. posthumanity
    MIAH Andy/ 5. A critical history of posthumanism
    BIRNBACHER Dieter/ 6. Posthumanity, transhumanism and human nature
    BOSTROM Nick/ 7. Why I want to be a posthuman when I grow up
    RUBIN Charles/ What is the good of transhumanism ?
    Part III. Current developments
    DEVEREAUX Mary/ 9. Cosmetic surgery
    GLANNON Walter/ 10. Decelerating and arresting human aging
    DRESSER Rebecca/ 11. Germline genetic modification
    MCGEE Ellen/ 12. Bioelectronics and implanted devices
    GORDIJN Bert/ 13. Converging NBIC technologies for improving human performance
    SELGELID Michael/ Afterword : Advancing posthuman enhancement dialogue

    GORDIJN Bert ; CHADWICK Ruth F.
    Springer , 2008, 240 p.
    Cote : 15.7/GOR/2008

    Part I. Medical enhancement
    WIESING Urban/ 1. The history of medical enhancement : from "Restitutio ad integrum" to "Transformatio ad optimum" ?
    CHADWICK Ruth/ 2. Therapy, enhancement and improvement
    FITZGERALD S.J. Kevin/ 3. Medical enhancement : a destination of technological, not human, betterment
    AGAR Nicholas/ 4. How to defend genetic enhancement
    Part II. posthumanity
    MIAH Andy/ 5. A critical history of posthumanism
    BIRNBACHER Dieter/ 6. Posthumanity, transhumanism and human nature
    BOSTROM Nick/ 7. Why I want to be a posthuman when I grow up
    RUBIN Charles/ What is the good of transhumanism ?
    Part III. Current developments
    DEVEREAUX Mary/ 9. Cosmetic surgery
    GLANNON Walter/ 10. Decelerating and arresting human aging
    DRESSER Rebecca/ 11. Germline genetic modification
    MCGEE Ellen/ 12. Bioelectronics and implanted devices
    GORDIJN Bert/ 13. Converging NBIC technologies for improving human performance
    SELGELID Michael/ Afterword : Advancing posthuman enhancement dialogue

Ethical issues in cancer patient care : second edition
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    KAMANGAR Parvez/ 1. An open letter to doctors
    ANGELOS Peter et al./ 2. Physicians and cancer patients : communication and advance directives
    KEY MONTGOMERY Kathryn et al./ 3. Information is not enough : the place of statistics in the doctor-patient relationship
    CHAMBERS Tod/ 4. Cross-cultural issues in caring for patients with cancer
    HEDLUND Susan/ 5. Hope and communication in cancer care : what patients tell us
    PUCHALSKI Christina/ 6. Addressing the spiritual needs of patients
    ZIEBER Sarah et al./ 7. Pediatric cancer care : special issues in ethical decision making
    MURPHY Timothy/ 8. The ethics of responding to pain and suffering
    SHAPIRO Gary/ 9. Are there limits to oncology care ? (Futility)
    MITCHELL William et al./ 10. The role of palliative medicine in cancer patient care
    GOLDBERG Aviva et al./ 11. Holding on and letting go : ethical issues regarding the care of children with cancer
    VERCLER Christian et al./ 12. Communicating errors
    SAMPSON Heather/ 13. Research ethics and the ethics of research : should we offer clinical trial participation or clinical research partnership to oncology patients in the new millenium ?
    MCKOY June et al./ 14. Does reimbursement affect physicians' decision making ? Examples from the use of recombinant erythropoietin

    ANGELOS Peter
    Springer , 2009, 258 p.
    Cote : 30.1/ANG/2009

    KAMANGAR Parvez/ 1. An open letter to doctors
    ANGELOS Peter et al./ 2. Physicians and cancer patients : communication and advance directives
    KEY MONTGOMERY Kathryn et al./ 3. Information is not enough : the place of statistics in the doctor-patient relationship
    CHAMBERS Tod/ 4. Cross-cultural issues in caring for patients with cancer
    HEDLUND Susan/ 5. Hope and communication in cancer care : what patients tell us
    PUCHALSKI Christina/ 6. Addressing the spiritual needs of patients
    ZIEBER Sarah et al./ 7. Pediatric cancer care : special issues in ethical decision making
    MURPHY Timothy/ 8. The ethics of responding to pain and suffering
    SHAPIRO Gary/ 9. Are there limits to oncology care ? (Futility)
    MITCHELL William et al./ 10. The role of palliative medicine in cancer patient care
    GOLDBERG Aviva et al./ 11. Holding on and letting go : ethical issues regarding the care of children with cancer
    VERCLER Christian et al./ 12. Communicating errors
    SAMPSON Heather/ 13. Research ethics and the ethics of research : should we offer clinical trial participation or clinical research partnership to oncology patients in the new millenium ?
    MCKOY June et al./ 14. Does reimbursement affect physicians' decision making ? Examples from the use of recombinant erythropoietin

The bioethics of regenerative medicine
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    Part I. Introduction
    IP King-Tak/ Introduction : Regenerative medicine at the heart of the culture wars
    Part II. Prospect of being posthuman : The metaphysical roots of the moral controversies
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ 1. Regenerative medicine after humanism : Puzzles regarding the use of embryonic stem cells, germ-line genetic engineering, and the immanent pursuit of human flourishing
    SONG Robert/ 2. Genetic manipulation and the resurrection body
    LO Ping-Cheung/ 3. Secular humanist bioethics and regenerative medicine
    JING-BAO Nie/ 4. Radical disagreements of Chinese views on fetal life and implications for bioethics
    Part III. A human embryonic stem-cell research : the geography of persistent disagreement
    ALMOND Brenda/ 5. Using and misusing embryos : the ethical debates
    MCGEE Glenn/ 6. Trading lives or changing human nature : The strange dilemma of embryo-based regenerative medicine
    CHAN Jonathan/ 7. Therapeutic cloning, respect for human embryo, and symbolic value
    Part IV. A search for a larger picture : regenerative medicine and the moral enterprise
    FAN Ruiping et al./ 8. Medical biotechnologies : are there effective ethical arguments for policy making ?
    WATERS Brent/ 9. Extending human life : To what end ?
    MCKENNY Gerald/ 10. The ethics of regenerative medicine : beyond humanism and posthumanism
    HO Justin et al./ Virtue in vitro : Virtue ethics as an alternative to questions of moral status

    IP King-Tak
    Springer , 2009, 186 p.
    Cote : 15.6/IP/2009

    Part I. Introduction
    IP King-Tak/ Introduction : Regenerative medicine at the heart of the culture wars
    Part II. Prospect of being posthuman : The metaphysical roots of the moral controversies
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ 1. Regenerative medicine after humanism : Puzzles regarding the use of embryonic stem cells, germ-line genetic engineering, and the immanent pursuit of human flourishing
    SONG Robert/ 2. Genetic manipulation and the resurrection body
    LO Ping-Cheung/ 3. Secular humanist bioethics and regenerative medicine
    JING-BAO Nie/ 4. Radical disagreements of Chinese views on fetal life and implications for bioethics
    Part III. A human embryonic stem-cell research : the geography of persistent disagreement
    ALMOND Brenda/ 5. Using and misusing embryos : the ethical debates
    MCGEE Glenn/ 6. Trading lives or changing human nature : The strange dilemma of embryo-based regenerative medicine
    CHAN Jonathan/ 7. Therapeutic cloning, respect for human embryo, and symbolic value
    Part IV. A search for a larger picture : regenerative medicine and the moral enterprise
    FAN Ruiping et al./ 8. Medical biotechnologies : are there effective ethical arguments for policy making ?
    WATERS Brent/ 9. Extending human life : To what end ?
    MCKENNY Gerald/ 10. The ethics of regenerative medicine : beyond humanism and posthumanism
    HO Justin et al./ Virtue in vitro : Virtue ethics as an alternative to questions of moral status

Professional learning conversations : challenges in using evidence for improvement
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    EARL Lorna et al./ 1. Understanding how evidence and learning conversations work
    KUIN LAI Mei et al./ 2. Raising student achievement in poor communities through evidence-based conversations
    WARREN LITTLE Judith et al./ 3. Structuring talk about teaching and learning : the use of evidence in protocol-based conversation
    EARL Lorna/ 4. Leadership for evidence-informed conversations
    KASER Linda et al./ 5. A cross-grade learner conversation
    TIMPERLEY Helen/ 6. Evidence-informed conversations making a difference to student achievement
    LEE Linda/ 7. Honey, wooden spoons, and clay pots : the evolution of a Lithuanian learning conversation
    LASKY Sue et al./ 8. Learning to think and talk from evidence : developing system-wide capacity for learning conversations
    FLEISCH Brahm/ 9. Learning conversations stillborn : distrust and education policy dialogue in South Africa
    TIMPERLEY Helen et al./ 10. Using conversations to make sense of evidence : possibilities and pitfalls

    EARL Lorna M. ; TIMPERLEY Helen
    Springer , 2008, 132 p.
    Cote : 34.1/EAR/2008

    EARL Lorna et al./ 1. Understanding how evidence and learning conversations work
    KUIN LAI Mei et al./ 2. Raising student achievement in poor communities through evidence-based conversations
    WARREN LITTLE Judith et al./ 3. Structuring talk about teaching and learning : the use of evidence in protocol-based conversation
    EARL Lorna/ 4. Leadership for evidence-informed conversations
    KASER Linda et al./ 5. A cross-grade learner conversation
    TIMPERLEY Helen/ 6. Evidence-informed conversations making a difference to student achievement
    LEE Linda/ 7. Honey, wooden spoons, and clay pots : the evolution of a Lithuanian learning conversation
    LASKY Sue et al./ 8. Learning to think and talk from evidence : developing system-wide capacity for learning conversations
    FLEISCH Brahm/ 9. Learning conversations stillborn : distrust and education policy dialogue in South Africa
    TIMPERLEY Helen et al./ 10. Using conversations to make sense of evidence : possibilities and pitfalls

Efficiency, justice and care : philosophical reflections on scarcity in health care
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    Part I. Just health care : Presuppositions and objectives
    1. Just health care : core issues
    2. Scarcity, finitude and the normative value of health
    Part II. Distributive justice and health care
    3. Justice as fairness : John Rawls
    4. Nussbaum's approach : a non-contractarian account of care
    5. Setting limits : Dworkin's proposal
    General conclusion : Health care and the limits of human existence
    6. Just health care : Foundations and prospects

    DENIER Yvonne
    Springer , 2007, 301 p.
    Cote : 7.2/DEN/2007

    Part I. Just health care : Presuppositions and objectives
    1. Just health care : core issues
    2. Scarcity, finitude and the normative value of health
    Part II. Distributive justice and health care
    3. Justice as fairness : John Rawls
    4. Nussbaum's approach : a non-contractarian account of care
    5. Setting limits : Dworkin's proposal
    General conclusion : Health care and the limits of human existence
    6. Just health care : Foundations and prospects

Philosophical reflections on disability
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    RALSTON D. Christopher et al./ 1. Introduction : Philosophical reflections on disability
    Part I. Concepts and theories of disability
    SILVERS Anita/ 2. An essay of modeling : the social model of disability
    NORDENFELT Lennart/ 3. Ability, competence and qualification : fundamental concepts in the philosophy of disability
    BOORSE Christopher/ 4. Disability and medical theory
    Part II. Disability, quality of life, and bioethics
    TANNSJO Torbjorn/ 5. Utilitarianism, disability, and society
    PURDY Laura/ 6. Too late to matter ? Preventing the birth of infants at risk for adult-onset disease or disability
    QUIGLEY Muireann et al./ 7. To fail to enhance is to disable
    MERRIAM Garret/ 8. Rehabilitating Aristotle : a virtue ethics approach to disability and human flourishing
    Part III. Disability, social justice, and public policy
    VEATCH Robert/ 9. Equal treatment for disabled persons : the case of rgan transplantation
    AMUNDSON Ron/ 10. Disability rights : do we really mean it ?
    SULMASY Daniel/ 11. Dignity, disability, difference, and rights
    OWENS Patricia et al./ 12. Public policy and personal aspects of disability
    TOLLEFSEN Christopher/ 13. Disability and social justice
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ 14. The unfair and the unfortunate : some brief critical reflections on secular moral claim rights for the disabled
    Part IV. Personal voices
    BETHKE ELSHTAIN Jean/ 15. Neither victims nor heroes : reflections from a polio person

    RALSTON D. Christopher ; HO Justin
    Springer , 2010, 263 p.
    Cote : 7.7.4/RAL/2010

    RALSTON D. Christopher et al./ 1. Introduction : Philosophical reflections on disability
    Part I. Concepts and theories of disability
    SILVERS Anita/ 2. An essay of modeling : the social model of disability
    NORDENFELT Lennart/ 3. Ability, competence and qualification : fundamental concepts in the philosophy of disability
    BOORSE Christopher/ 4. Disability and medical theory
    Part II. Disability, quality of life, and bioethics
    TANNSJO Torbjorn/ 5. Utilitarianism, disability, and society
    PURDY Laura/ 6. Too late to matter ? Preventing the birth of infants at risk for adult-onset disease or disability
    QUIGLEY Muireann et al./ 7. To fail to enhance is to disable
    MERRIAM Garret/ 8. Rehabilitating Aristotle : a virtue ethics approach to disability and human flourishing
    Part III. Disability, social justice, and public policy
    VEATCH Robert/ 9. Equal treatment for disabled persons : the case of rgan transplantation
    AMUNDSON Ron/ 10. Disability rights : do we really mean it ?
    SULMASY Daniel/ 11. Dignity, disability, difference, and rights
    OWENS Patricia et al./ 12. Public policy and personal aspects of disability
    TOLLEFSEN Christopher/ 13. Disability and social justice
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram/ 14. The unfair and the unfortunate : some brief critical reflections on secular moral claim rights for the disabled
    Part IV. Personal voices
    BETHKE ELSHTAIN Jean/ 15. Neither victims nor heroes : reflections from a polio person

Enjeux éthiques en réanimation
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    I. Fondements philosophiques, éthiques et juridiques
    II. Le patient et ses proches en réanimation (Autonomie, vulnérabilité et dignité de la personne en réanimation / L'implication des proches auprès de la personne malade)
    III. Les professionnels de santé en réanimation (Leur rôle / L'impact de la réanimation sur les soignants)
    IV. Les décisions de limitation ou d'arrêt des traitements actifs en réanimation (Les bases fondamentales / Aux différents âges de la vie / Selon la pathologie / Aspects éthiques)
    V. La réanimation et le don d'organes (Notions juridiques et éthiques / L'état de mort encéphalique / Prélèvements sur donneurs morts après arrêt cardiaque )
    VI. Aspects médico-économiques en réanimation

    PUYBASSET Louis
    Springer , 2010, 634 p.
    Cote : 22.6.3/PUY/2010

    I. Fondements philosophiques, éthiques et juridiques
    II. Le patient et ses proches en réanimation (Autonomie, vulnérabilité et dignité de la personne en réanimation / L'implication des proches auprès de la personne malade)
    III. Les professionnels de santé en réanimation (Leur rôle / L'impact de la réanimation sur les soignants)
    IV. Les décisions de limitation ou d'arrêt des traitements actifs en réanimation (Les bases fondamentales / Aux différents âges de la vie / Selon la pathologie / Aspects éthiques)
    V. La réanimation et le don d'organes (Notions juridiques et éthiques / L'état de mort encéphalique / Prélèvements sur donneurs morts après arrêt cardiaque )
    VI. Aspects médico-économiques en réanimation

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