The Place of Bioethics Principles in Islamic Ethics
In: Arda, Berna; Rispler-Chaim, Vardit, eds. Islam and Bioethics. Ankara [Turkey]: Ankara University; 2011: 23-45
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Aksoy, Sahin; Elmali, Abdurrahman (2002)Ethics can be described as a sub-branch of applied philosophy that seeks `what is the right and the wrong, the good and the bad set of behaviours in a given circumstance'. Bioethics, however, is a quasi-social science that ...