negareshi bar mataleb mortabet ba shabieh sazi dar asar shid Motahari = Cloning related subject in the books written by Ayatollah Motahari
Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine
First International Congress of Medical Law, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iranian Research Center for Ethics and Law in Medicine 2007 November 15-16
Ayatollah Motahari was one of the great thinkers of [sic; the]Islam [sic; Islamic] world. [sic; He] produced many novel, wonderful and profound texts in the field of Islamic learning. He had been gained complete proficiency in Islamic knowledge and hand a broad comprehension and also suitable interactions with othe scientific experts. He was perceiving the contemporary events. Therefore, there are many valuable subject related to different domains of science such as medicine in his books. In the article some cloning related subjects in the books written by Ayatollah Motahari are presented in the following titles. 1. Human body structure and physiology; 2. Medicine and medical learning as an obligatory and recommended work for muslems; 3. The necessity of usage the advanced knowledge of medicine; 4. Regularities of human and soul; 5. Religious percepts related to medicine; 6. Relationship between Islam and current circumstances; 7. Looking forward to new prospects in medicine; 8. Religious tenets about unusual methods (coital techniques) of human reproduction. [corrections by RFN]
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