Brain Death: Ethico-Legal and Metaphysical Challenges for Modern Islamic Bioethics
Padela, Aasim I.
Kholwadia, Mohammed Amin
In: Arda, Berna; Rispler-Chaim, Vardit, eds. Islam and Bioethics. Ankara [Turkey]: Ankara University; 2011: 131-149
Advisory Committees; Behavioral Research; Bioethics; Brain; Brain Death; Consensus; Death; Diagnosis; Dissent; Ethics; Expert Testimony; Fiqh; Historical Aspects; International Aspects; Islamic Councils; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Legal Maxims; Law; Medicine; Muslim Religious Scholars; Muslim World; Organ Donation; Physicians; Prognosis; Research; Schools; Schools of Islamic Law; Sharia; Standards; Terminology; Uncertainty; Western World; Religious Ethics; Definition of Death;
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