Religious Perspectives on Bioethics: Pt. 1
Bishop, Laura Jane
Coutts, Mary Carrington
The many religions of the world bring diverse, and occasionally divergent, attitudes to bioethical is-sues. These beliefs may guide patients and health care professionals as they seek or provide health care. In an attempt to facilitate understanding of and access to information about these beliefs in our pluralistic and global society, this Scope Note identifies literature by the world’s major religious groups on topics relating to bioethics.
This is Part One of a two part Scope Note on Religious Perspectives on Bioethics. Part Two will be published in the December 1994 issue of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, and as a separate reprint. This Scope Note has been organized in alphabetical order by the name of the religious tradition.
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