Bioethics and the Humanities

This series presents humanistic approaches to bioethics, addressing fundamental moral problems as well as policy solutions to them. It focuses on studies that investigate complex issues (such as genetic discrimination), a particular problem (such as community consent in research), a normative principle (such as justice or liberty), or a methodological approach (such as casuistry), as well as works that develop a theoretical foundation for bioethics, provide a historical perspective, or present a general survey of the field. Contact: Bob Sloan,

Eric M. Meslin and Richard B. Miller, editors

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