Pluralistic Casuistry - Moral Arguments, Economic Realities, and Political Theory

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Beschreibung

This volume presents a sustained philosophical analysis of Brody’s contributions to biomedical ethics. The book combines methodological, philosophical considerations with applied chapters, and each contributor carefully and critically explores Brody’s writings in biomedical ethics and the philosophy of medicine. The volume includes a response by Baruch Brody that critically engages the contributions to the volume.

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XII, 260 p.
Inhaltsverzeichnis:
Chapter 1: Moral Casuistry, Medical Research and Innovation, and Rabbinical Decision-Making - Mark J. Cherry and Ana Smith Iltis Section I Pluralistic Moral Casuistry Chapter 2: Notes Toward a Pluralistic Professional Medical Ethics - Laurence B. McCullough Chapter 3: Ethics and Deep Moral Ambiguity - Kevin Wm. Wildes, S.J. Chapter 4: The Role of Moral Judgment in Brody’s Model of Conflicting Appeals - Janet Malek Chapter 5: Casuistry Naturalized - Maureen Kelley Section II Jewish Medical Ethics Chapter 6: Intuitionism, Divine Commands, and Natural Law - B. Andrew Lustig Chapter 7: In Case: Contingency and Particularity in Bioethics: Discursive Method and Clinical Midrash; Brief Notes on a Lesson from my Teacher Baruch Brody - Laurie Zoloth Chapter 8: The Euthyphro’s Dilemma Reconsidered: A Variation on a Theme from Brody on Halakhic Method - H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. Section III Biomedical Public Policy Chapter 9: The Good (Philosophy), the Bad (Public Policy) and the Ugliness of Blaming Families for Ineffectual Treatments - Robert M. Arnold Chapter 10: A Matter of Obligation: Physicians versus Clinical Investigators - E. Haavi Morreim Chapter 11: Is Withholding Artificial Nutrition and Hydration from PVS Patients Active Euthanasia? - Loretta M. Kopelman Section IV Critical Application and Analysis Chapter12: The Virtue of Integrity in Baruch Brody’s Moral Framework - J. Clint Parker Chapter 13: Paradigms and Language: Ethics and Human Embryo Transfer/Donation/Rescue/Adoption - Sarah-Vaughan Brakman Chapter 14: Brody on Passive and Active Euthanasia - F.M. Kamm Appendix
Herausgeber:
Cherry, Mark J.;Cherry
Smith Iltis, Ana;Smith Iltis
Bemerkungen:
Analysis of the work of Baruch Brody, a leading figure in bioethics


Combines methodological, philosophical considerations with applied chapters


Includes a response by Baruch Brody that critically engages the contributions to the volume

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Buch gebunden
Verlag:
Springer Netherland
Biografie:
Baruch A. Brody has been one of the most important voices in bioethics over the last several decades, asking challenging questions, examining tough issues in novel ways, and offering practical solutions. This volume of essays analyzes his contributions to biomedical ethics. The essays encompass epistemological, methodological, and topical contributions to bioethics. They include both applications and criticisms of Brody s normative moral theory pluralistic casuistry, Jewish medical ethics, human embryo transfer, medical futility, life and death decisions in pediatrics, euthanasia and end-of-life decision-making, the obligations of clinical researchers toward study participants, and professional integrity. There is also an essay by Brody himself that amplifies and responds to the contributions. Collectively, the essays highlight Brody s belief that scientific research and philosophical analysis are central to ensuring that medical treatments and health care policy do more good than harm.
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From the reviews:

"The collection of essays edited by Mark J. Cherry and Ana S. Iltis is dedicated to the work and life of Baruch A. Brody. Brody has contributed a great part of his work to questions about biomedical ethics; consequently, the focus of this Festschrift is on bioethical issues, too. ... The topics discussed here are of a wide range including public health care policies questions, questions about the right or good way to treat patients, and questions concerning the value of life." (Stefan Riegelnik, Metapsychology Online Reviews, June, 2008)

"This is a collection of essays honoring the life and work of Baruch A. Brody, a preeminent philosopher and bioethicist. ... Bioethicists and philosophers interested in bioethics are the intended readers. It will have broad appeal within bioethics because of the diversity of Brody's scholarship. ... Brody has long been an important thinker in bioethics, so this book will be of wide interest even to those who are less acquainted with Brody's work. ... This book is notable for its intimacy with Brody's scholarship." (Nathaniel J Brown, Doody's Review Service, September, 2008)

Sprache:
Englisch
Auflage:
2007
Seitenanzahl:
260

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Produkttyp :
Buch Gebunden
Verpackungsabmessungen:
0.236 x 0.16 x 0.023 m; 0.522 kg
GTIN:
09781402062599
DUIN:
4CA6E9DS0I3
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