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[Book Review Of] The Ethics Of Fetal Research, By Paul Ramsey, Frederick C. Battaglia Nov 1975

[Book Review Of] The Ethics Of Fetal Research, By Paul Ramsey, Frederick C. Battaglia

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Controversies Surrounding The Hopelessly Ill Patient, Ned H. Cassem May 1975

Controversies Surrounding The Hopelessly Ill Patient, Ned H. Cassem

The Linacre Quarterly

Dr. Cassem, who acted as Guest Editor for this issue of the Linacre Quarterly, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, and is a member of the psychiatry staff at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is also Faculty Consultant, Center for Law and Health Sciences. Boston University and Director of Residency Training (Psychiatry) at Massachusetts General.

In this article, Dr. Cassem examines the controversies which have arisen in dealing with a "terminal" or "hopelessly ill" patient. Dr. Cassem is a frequent contributor to medical journals, including Critical Care Medicine and the New England Journal of Medicine.


[Book Review Of] To Live And To Die: When, Why, And How, Edited By Robert H. Williams, M.D., John Connery May 1975

[Book Review Of] To Live And To Die: When, Why, And How, Edited By Robert H. Williams, M.D., John Connery

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda Apr 1975

The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda

IUSTITIA

In this paper I have two main purposes: (i) to outline the most general structure of morality, which is the fundamental schema of a good society, and (ii) to indict most of the mainstream views in the history of moral philosophy for their unchecked tendency toward reductionism and oversimplification. The tendency to oversimplification appears both in the gathering of the data for philosophical theorizing and in the theorizing itself. I will also point out another major recurring error in moral philosophy. I envision the day when moral philosophers, after examining their ontological and their methodological assumptions, rally to the banner ...


Book Review Of Healing By Francis Macnutt, Louis P. Rogge Feb 1975

Book Review Of Healing By Francis Macnutt, Louis P. Rogge

The Linacre Quarterly

No abstract provided.


Hume's Account Of Personal Identity, David Pears Jan 1975

Hume's Account Of Personal Identity, David Pears

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Causation And Memory, David Pears Jan 1975

Causation And Memory, David Pears

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda Jan 1975

The Good Society And The Complexity Of The Structure Of Morality, Hector-Neri Castaneda

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Radical Philosophy And Critical Theory: Examination And Defense, Kai Nielsen Jan 1975

Radical Philosophy And Critical Theory: Examination And Defense, Kai Nielsen

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Euthanasia - A Christian View, R. M. Hare Jan 1975

Euthanasia - A Christian View, R. M. Hare

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.


Towards A Technoethics, Mario Bunge Jan 1975

Towards A Technoethics, Mario Bunge

Philosophic Exchange

No abstract provided.