New and Eastern (Chinese) Perspectives on the Concept of Personhood Review of the MORAL STATUS of PERSONS: PERSPECTIVES on BIOETHICS, by Gerhold K. Becker, Ed., and Vol. 9, No. 4 of the KENNEDY INSTITUTE of ETHICS JOURNAL, by Gerhold K. Becker, Guest Ed., and Robert Veatch and Carol Mason Spicer, Eds
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