Human Dignity, Enlightenment, and Global Bioethics

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157

HPV Vaccine: Panacea or Pandora’s Box? The Costs and Deceptiveness of the New Technology

Grey Matters: Does Alien Hand Syndrome Refute Free Will?

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Neuroscience opens many fascinating windows into human nature. In the quest to understand human consciousness, volition, and intentionality, there is much to learn from studying even the brain’s flaws and failures. 

Podcast Episode: 
154

The Need to Know: Disclosure of Information to Pediatric Patients

 

Editor’s note: This column presents a problematic case that poses a medical-ethical dilemma for patients, families, and healthcare professionals. As it is based on a real case, some details have been omitted in the effort to maintain patient confidentiality. This case and discussion point out some of the complexities in treating the minor child. While agreeing with the recommendation, the editor’s comment reflects a different paradigm for approaching the issue of a requested confidentiality purposefully withholding information from the patient.

Podcast Episode: 
152

From iPods to iHumans: What Will Nanotechnology Do to Us?

Reproductive Ethics in an Abortion Driven Culture: Not for Women Only

 

This lecture was originally delivered as part of the Spring 2010 Bioethics Colloquia hosted by Trinity Graduate School.

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The Christian Hippocratic Tradition in Medicine

 
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