Buddhism, Zen, and Bioethics
Aborted Fetuses; Abortion; Active Euthanasia; Allowing to Die; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Bioethics; Buddhist Ethics; Compassion; Congenital Disorders; Contraception; Cultural Pluralism; Death; Determination of Death; Ethics; Euthanasia; Fetuses; Food; Genetic Intervention; Hospices; International Aspects; Killing; Life; Morality; Motivation; Newborns; Organ Donation; Persistent Vegetative State; Reproductive Technologies; Sexuality; Suffering; Suicide; Terminally Ill; Theology; Treatment Refusal; Value of Life; Virtues; Withholding Treatment;
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Untitled Nolan, Kathleen (1988-12)Transplantation of tissue from fetal cadavers threatens ethical values and our social ethos in complex and subtle ways, requiring restraints that can prevent harmful normative and attitudinal shifts yet permit pursuit of ...
Nolan, Kathleen (1990)Nolan comments briefly on the recent U.S. Commission on Civil Rights report,
Nolan, Kathleen; Rothman, Cappy Miles; Ross, Judith Wilson (1990)Nolan presents a case study in which a parent requests that sperm be obtained and frozen from the body of his adult son who has been diagnosed as brain dead. Commentaries on the case, with its implications for ...