Induced Abortion, Jewish Law and Jewish Morality
Man and Medicine: The Journal of Values and Ethics in Health Care 1(3): 213-226, Spring 1976.
Abortion; Congenital Disorders; Decision Making; Ecology; Ethics; Fetal Development; Fetuses; Health; Induced Abortion; Jewish Ethics; Law; Legislation; Life; Maternal Health; Morality; Population Control; Pregnant Women; Roman Catholic Ethics; Social Control; Socioeconomic Factors; Therapeutic Abortion; Value of Life;
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Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics: A Compilation of Jewish Medical Law on All Topics of Medical Interest, From the Most Ancient Sources to the Most Current Deliberations and Decisions, With a Concise Medical and Historical Background, and A Comprehensive Comparative Analysis of Relevant General Ethical Approaches Steinberg, Avraham and Rosner, Fred (2003)
Rosner, Fred (1983-08)Rosner, a professor of medicine, discusses some of the ethical issues that confront the traditionally observant Jewish physician. He focuses particularly on special ethical problems for the observant Jewish medical student, ...