Medical Ethics and the Islamic Tradition
Nanji, Azim A.
JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND PHILOSOPHY 13(3): 257-275, August 1988
Ancient History; Arab World; Colonialism; Cultural Pluralism; Ethics; Historical Aspects; Indigents; Islamic Ethics; Medical Ethics; Medicine; Medieval History; Modern History; Muslim World; Patient Care; Physician's Role; Physicians; Sharia; Theology; Values; Virtues; Western World; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; History of Health Ethics / Bioethics;
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