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The Future of Human Reproduction: Ethics, Choice, and Regulation

The Future of Human Reproduction: Ethics, Choice, and Regulation

by John Harris, S/oren HolmJohn Harris


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This important and timely volume in the Issues in Biomedical Ethics series gathers an impressive cast of philosophers, physicians, and lawyers from several countries and from several cultural perspectives who together offer accessible and up-to-date coverage of a host of crucial issues touching on the future of human reproduction. Articles from contributors such as Jonathan Glover, Bonnie Steinbock, Marie Fox, Guido de Wert, and Gamal I. Secour engage topics such as eugenics, fertility treatment, post-menopause, sperm donation, ovarian tissue transplants, and abortion.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780198250760
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication date: 08/24/2000
Series: Issues in Biomedical Ethics
Edition description: Revised ed.
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

1. Rights and Reproductive Choice, John Harris
2. On the Concept of Pre-embryo: The Basis for a New 'Copernican Revolution' in the Current View about Human Reproduction, Maurizio Mori
3. Eugenics: Some Lessons from the Nazi Experience, Jonathan Glover
4. Reproductive Rights: Feminism or Patriarchy?, Margaret Brazier
5. A Woman's Right to Choose? A Feminist Critique, Marie Fox
6. Embedding the Embryo, Simone Novaes and Tania Salem
7. The Price of Eggs: Who Should Bear the Costs of Fertility Treatments?, Justine C. Burley
8. Sperm as Property, Bonnie Steinbock
9. The Ethics of Consent to the Use of Ovarian Tissue from Aborted Fetuses and Dead Women, Charles Erin
10. Ethical Issues in Pre-implantation Diagnosis, S ren Holm
11. Reproductive Choice: A Muslim Perspective, Gamal I. Serour
12. To Everything there is a Season? Are There Medical Grounds for Refusing Fertility Treatment to Older Women?, Fleur Fisher and Ann Sommerville
13. The Post-menopause: Playground

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