BONDESON William B.
ENGELHARDT H. Tristram, Jr
SPICKER Stuart F.
WINSHIP Daniel H.
D. Reidel Publishing Company
1980, 349 p.
Cote : RL E 710
Section I : Human development : Science and public policy
SHANNON Thomas A./Abortion: A challenge for ethics and public policy, pp.3-12
LEROY WALTERS/The fetus in ethical and public policy discussion from 1973 to the present, pp.15-30
BIGGERS John D./Generation of the human life cycle, pp.31-54
AGICH Georges J./Science, policy, and the fetus: comments on Walters and Biggers, pp.55-66
SOUPART Pierre/Present and possible future research in the use of human embryos, pp.67-106
Section II : Fetuses, persons, and the law
GLANTZ Leonard/Is the fetus a person? A lawyer's view, pp.107-118
WHITE Patricia D./The concept of person, the law, and the use of the fetus in biomedicine, pp.119-158
PERKOFF Gerald T./ Toward a normative definition of personhood, pp. 159-168
Section III : Humanhood, personhood, and the concept of viability
PUCCETTI Roland/The life of a person, pp.169-182
ENGELHARDT Tristram H./Viability and the use of the fetus, pp.183-208
SOLOMON Robert C./Reflections on the meaning of (fetal) life, pp. 209-228
Section IV : Intercourse, women, and moral responsibility
SMITH Holly M./Intercourse and moral responsibility for the fetus, pp.229-246
WHITBECK Caroline/The moral implications of regarding women as people: new perspectives on pregnancy and personhood, pp.247-272
SHAW Margery W./The destinity of the fetus, pp. 273-282
Section V : Classical and religious roots of current controversy
FEEN Richard Harrow/Abortion and exposure in Ancient Greece: Assessing the status of the fetus and "newborn" from classical sources, pp.283-300
MORACZEWSKI Albert S./Human personhood: a study in person-alized biology, pp.301-312
MACCARTNEY James J./Some Roman Catholic concepts of person and their implications for the ontological status of the unborn, pp. 313-324
GARDELL Mary Ann/Moral pluralism in abortion, pp.325-332
Symposium held at the Health Science Center of the University of Missouri-Columbia under the sponsorship of the Departments of Medicine and Philosophy, and the program in Health Care and Human Values