Bioethics and moral decisions / (Record no. 5155)

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Personal name Timbreza, Florentino T.
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Title Bioethics and moral decisions /
Statement of responsibility, etc. Florentino T. Timbreza.
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Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture Quezon City :
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Extent xx, 303 p. ;
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Formatted contents note Part One MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND BIOETHICS --<br/> <br/>Chapter 1 Human Existence and Ethics <br/>Introduction<br/>1.1 Moral Philosophy<br/>1.2 Ethical Postulates<br/>1.3 Types of Ethics<br/>1.4 Bioethics as Applied Ethics<br/>1.5 Evolutionary Phases of Bioethical Studies<br/>1.6 Dominant Themes in Bioethical Inquiry<br/>Review Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 2 ETHICAL SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT(ONE) <br/>Introduction<br/>2.1 Ethical Relativism<br/>2.2 Situation Ethics<br/>2.3 Pragmatism<br/>2 .4 Utilitarianism --<br/><br/>Chapter 3 ETHICAL SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT (TWO)<br/>Introduction<br/>3.1 Kant's Ethics<br/>3.2 Ross's .Ethics<br/>3.3 Rawls' Theory of Justice<br/>3.4 Natural Law Ethics<br/>Postscript<br/>Review Questions --<br/> <br/>Part Two MORAL ISSUES (ONE)<br/><br/>Nature of Moral Issue and Moral Reasoning --<br/> <br/>Chapter 4 THE MORAL ISSUE OF ABORTION<br/>Introduction<br/>4.1 Meaning and Types of Abortion<br/>4.2 The Moral Issue<br/>4.3 Immediate Hominization<br/>4.4 Delayed Animation<br/>4.5 Pre-lmplantation Period<br/>4.6 Cell Division Process<br/>4.7 Curettage<br/>4.8 Three General Viewpoints .of Abortion<br/>4.9 Pro-life Movement<br/>4.10 Effects of Abortion<br/>4.11 Pro-choice Movement<br/>Postscript<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 5 THE MORAL ISSUE OF EUTHANASIA<br/>Introduction<br/>5.1 Meaning and Cases of Euthanasia<br/>5.2 The Problem of Human Dignity<br/>5.3 Different Views<br/>5.4 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 6 THE MORAL ISSUE OF SUICIDE<br/>Introduction<br/>6.1 Meaning and Causes of Suicide<br/>6.2 The Cons of Suicide<br/>6.3 The Pros of Suicide<br/>6.4 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/><br/>Chapter 7 THE MORAL ISSUE OF BIRTH DEFORMITIES<br/>Introduction<br/>7.1 Meaning and Common Cause of Birth Deformities<br/>7.2 Types of Deformities<br/>7.3 Retrospect<br/>7.4 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 8 DEFINITION AND DETERMINATION OF DEATH<br/>Introduction<br/>8.1 The Need to Redefine Death<br/>8.2 Several Definitions of Death<br/>8.3 In the Medical Context<br/>8.4 Attitudes Towards Death<br/>8.5 Several Views of Death<br/>8.6 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 9 THE MORAL ISSUES OF PATERNALISM AND TRUTH-TELLING<br/>Introduction<br/>9.1 Definition and Types of Paternalism<br/>9.2 In the Medical Context<br/>9.3 justifications for Personal Paternalism<br/>9.4 justifications for State Paternalism<br/>9.5 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>9.6 Truth-telling<br/>9.7 Justifications for Truth-telling<br/>9.8 Confidentiality<br/>9.9 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 10 THE MORAL ISSUE OF PATIENTS'' RIGHT<br/>Introduction<br/>10.1 Meaning of Patients'' Right<br/>10.2 Types of Patients'' Rights<br/>1 0.3 Four Major Elements of Informed Consent<br/>10.4 Limitations of a Patients'' Rights<br/>10.5 In the Medical Context<br/>10.6 The Rights of Patients<br/>10.7 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Part Three MORAL ISSUES (TWO)<br/> <br/>Chapter 11 THE MORAL ISSUES OF CONTRACEPTION AND STERILIZATION<br/>Introduction<br/>11.1 Meaning of Contraception<br/>11.2 Definition of Sterilization<br/>11.3 Types of Sterilization<br/>11.4 Justification of Contraception<br/>11.5 Methods of Contraception or Family Planning.<br/>11.6 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 12 THE MORAL ISSUE OF ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION<br/>Introduction<br/>12.1 Definition and Types of Artificial Insemination<br/>12.2 Justifications for AIH<br/>12.3 Justifications for AID<br/>12.4 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 13<br/>Introduction<br/>13.1 The Nuremberg Code<br/>13.2 Justification of Human Experimentation<br/>13.3 Medical Therapy and Medical Research<br/>13.4 Informed Voluntary Consent<br/>13.5 Drug Testing and the Use of Placebos<br/>13.6 Single-blind and Double-blind Test Design<br/>13.7 Justifications of the Use of Placebos<br/>13.8 Criticisms<br/>13.9 Researches Involving Children, Prisoners, the Poor, and Fetuses<br/>13.10 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions<br/>Chapter 14 THE MORAL ISSUE OF GENETIC ENGINEERING<br/>Introduction<br/>14.1 Genetic Engineering<br/>14.2 Chromosomes, DNA, and Genes<br/>14.3 Genetic Testing<br/>14.4 Prenatal Diagnosis<br/>14.5 Genetic Screening<br/>14.6 Genetic Intervention<br/>14.7 In Vitro Fertilization<br/>14.8 Embryo Transfer<br/>14.9 Surrogate Motherhood<br/>14.10 Sperm and Zygote Banking<br/>14.11 Sex Selection<br/>14.12 Sex Change Operations<br/>14.13 Organic Transplants<br/>14.14 Cloning<br/>14.15 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 15 THE MORAL ISSUES OF BEHAVIOR CONTROL AND CLAIM TO HEALTH CARE<br/>Introduction<br/>15.1 Lobotomy<br/>15.2 Types of Psychosurgical Operations<br/>15.3 Chemotherapy<br/>15.4 Psychotherapy<br/>15.5 Electrical Stimulation of the Brain<br/>15.6 Aversion Therapy<br/>15.7 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>15.8 Claim to Health Care<br/>15.9 The Individual''s Inherent Dignity<br/>15.10 Medical Individualism<br/>15.11 Social Commitment<br/>15.12 Allocation of Scarce Resources<br/>15: 13 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and questions --<br/> <br/>Chapter 16 THE MORALITY OF HUMAN SEXUALITY<br/>Introduction<br/>16.1 Meaning of Sex to the Individual<br/>16.2 Mutual Experience of Each Other''s Worth<br/>16.3 An Appeal for Mutual Care<br/>16.4 Sharing Each Other''s Being<br/>16.5 Self-Discovery as Persons<br/>16.6 Making Each be Truly Himself<br/>16.7 Pain of Unrequited Love<br/>16.8 Affirmation of Situated Freedom<br/>16.9 Moral Disciple<br/>16.10 One''s Inhumanity to Another<br/>16.11 Commitment and Responsibility<br/>16.12 Safeguarding the Other''s Value<br/>16.13 Responsibility to and for One Another<br/>16.14 Humanizing and Dehumanizing<br/>16.15 Type of Sexual Deviation<br/>16.16 In the Medical Context<br/>16.17 Preventive Measures of Sex Deviation<br/>16.18 Pornography and Prostitution<br/>16.19 In the Moral Context<br/>16.20 Sexual Anomalies and Ailments<br/>16.21 Sexually Transmitted Disease<br/>16.22 Application of Ethical Theories<br/>Moral Problems and Questions --<br/> <br/>Epilogue<br/>Bibliography<br/>Index<br/>
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