Al-Athar Al-Nafsiyah Wa Al-Ijtima'iyah Al-Mutarattibah
In: Jundi, Ahmad Raja'i, ed., Huquq al-musinnin min manzur Islami [The rights of the aged from an Islamic perspective], Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, 2001: 365-400
This paper was submitted to the symposium held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) during the period 18-21 October 1999 on ethical issues related to aging. The author presents a comparison, from an ethical perspective, between the status of the aged in the West and their status in the Muslim world. He argues that the situation in the Muslim world is still much better than in the West.
Abortion; Aged; Aging; Behavioral Research; Contraception; Cross-Cultural Comparison; Ethics; Family Relationship; Islamic Ethics; Moral Obligations; Muslim World; Obligations of Society; Religious Ethics; Research; Residential Facilities; Sexuality; Socioeconomic Factors; Western World; Religious Ethics; Cultural Pluralism; Health Care Programs for the Aged;
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