Spain: New Problems, New Books
Hastings Center Report. 1988 Aug/Sep; 18(4): S29-S30.
The dramatic increase in ideological pluralism in Spain has led to the growth of bioethical literature concerned with balancing the different moral opinions proper to a pluralistic society with a universality of moral principles. More concrete problems, formulated in statutory laws, include the definition of death and the ethics of organ donation, the distribution of health benefits, the choice between a socialized or private health care system, and the ethical dilemmas raised by new reproductive technologies, particularly in vitro fertilization and artificial insemination. (KIE abstract)
Allowing to Die; Artificial Insemination; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Communication; Cultural Pluralism; Death; Determination of Death; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Human Experimentation; In Vitro Fertilization; Interdisciplinary Communication; Law; Literature; Laws; Medicine; Organ Donation; Reproductive Technologies; State Medicine;
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