Volume 6, Number 4, December 1996

Table of Contents

From: Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal

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Special Issue: Bioethics in the Twenty-First Century

Introduction

Introduction

pp. ix-x
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Feature Articles

Revisiting the Launching of the Kennedy Institute: Re-visioning the Origins of Bioethics

pp. 323-327
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Theories and Methods in Bioethics

Bioethics in the Twenty-First Century: Why We Should Pay Attention to Eighteenth- Century Medical Ethics

pp. 329-333
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Bioethics and Natural Law: The Relationship in Catholic Teaching

pp. 333-336
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Bioethics Reconsidered: Theory and Method in a Post-Christian, Post-Modern Age

pp. 336-341
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Theory and the Clinic

The Foundation of Ethical Theory in the Clinic

pp. 343-347
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Clinical Ethics: Balancing Praxis and Theory

pp. 347-351
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The Clinic as Testing Ground for Moral Theory: A European View

pp. 351-355
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Informed Consent and Clinical Research

pp. 356-359
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The Patient-Physician Relation

Virtues, Obligations, and the Prophetic Vision

pp. 361-366
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Modern Vs. Contemporary Medicine: The Patient-Provider Relation in the Twenty- First Century

pp. 366-370
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Death and Dying

Refusals of Treatment and Requests for Death

pp. 371-374
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Death and Dying in Japan

pp. 374-378
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Death: A Persistent Controversial State

pp. 378-381
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Ethics and Human Reproduction

Current and Future Issues in Assisted Reproduction

pp. 383-387
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Human Reproduction: Dominion and Limits

pp. 387-392
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Procreative Liberty, Biological Connections, and Motherhood

pp. 392-396
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Ethics and the Allocation of Scarce Resources

Ethics and the Allocation of Organs for Transplantation

pp. 397-401
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Catholic Social Teaching and the Allocation of Scarce Resources

pp. 401-405
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Contributors

pp. vii-viii
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