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The Archdiocese of Washington Presents: The Ends of Life: Legal, Ethical, & Spiritual Dimensions
Several Catholic theologians, physicians, lawyers, and ethicists discuss topics at the "Ends of Life." Rev. Russell Smith; John Collins Harvey, M.D.; William May, Ph.D.; Kevin O'Rourke, Ph.D.; Basile Oclo, J.D.; Sheperdson ...
The Whales of August (1987)
Bette Davis and Lillian Gish. Two of Hollywood s longest-reigning leading ladies. Each a legend in her own time. Now, after careers that span the history of cinema, they re together on the screen for the first time in ...
Ethics in Nursing (1987)
The series is presented in lectures by Mary Silva of George Mason University and Tom L. Beauchamp of Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics, and is offered in five units: Dr. Beauchamp lays the theoretical ...
Fetal Rights (1987)
A studio audience composed of health care officials, physicians, law scholars, and interested laypersons discusses a pregnant woman's right to behave as she wishes on the television program Express (San Francisco KQED). ...
In Your Hands: The Tools for Preserving Personal Autonomy (1987)
Actress Helen Hayes discusses personal finances, aging, and estate planning for women. Information about living wills and durable power of attorney are presented by attorney Peter Strauss who says they serve as a means to ...
A Special Lady (1987)
Noel P. Keane, who is a lawyer who represents surrogate mothers and possible parents, produced this dramatization of several situations when surrogacy helped produce a healthy child for happy parents. There is no reference ...
Research With Children - Session 7 (2004)
Alan Fleischman and David Wendler
Rational Suicide (1981)
Interviews with Derek Humphry and Dame Cicely Saunders offer arguments in favor of and against assisted suicides. Dame Cicely says the ``right to die will become the duty to die.'' An unidentified man from Philadelphia ...
Of Mice and Men (1981)
John Steinbeck s famed novel receives a stunning adaptation in this gripping, powerful feature film. Lenny (Randy Quaid) and George (Robert Blake) are two itinerant ranch hands on the run. Lenny is a strong but pathetically ...
Pragmatic Approaches to the Question of AIDS (1988)
Edmund D. Pellegrino, M.D., moderates a panel, speaking for most of this cassette on the moral obligation of the physician to treat AIDS patients. Saying that the patient has an obligation to be tested for disease, he ...