Reviews

 

This section offers reviews of fiction and non-fiction books, as well as films addressing or relevant to bioethical discussions. In addition, this section also includes listings of relevant materials from film, televison, and novels organized by bioethical issue. Such listings may be useful for educators to promote discussion of popular representations of bioethical issues.

Primetime Bioethics: Clinical & Medical Ethics Edition

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Bioethics at the Box Office

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Biotechnology Meets Primetime TV

 

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the Volume 16, Number 2, Summer 2009 issue of Dignitas, the Center’s quarterly publication. Subscriptions to Dignitas are available to CBHD Members. To learn more about the benefits of becoming a member click here.

 

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Book Link: Begotten or Made?

 

In this special edition of The Bioethics Podcast, Kevin Vanhoozer, PhD, offers a short review of Oliver O’Donovan’s classic Begotten or Made? Human Procreation and Medical Technique. This review was originally  published as a Book Link by Baker Academic in Everyday Theology: How to Read Cultural Texts and Interpret Trends, a volume co-edited by Dr. Vanhoozer, along with Charles Anderson and CBHD’s Managing Director and Research Scholar, Michael Sleasman, and is used by permission.

 

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威廉威伯福斯 & 生命倫理學

  

  

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Bioethics at the Movies: Review of Minority Report

 

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William Wilberforce & Bioethics

 

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A Review of the novel NEXT

 

Editor's Note: This review originally appeared at  MercatorNet, an innovative internet magazine analyzing current affairs and key international news and trends that touch its readers’ daily lives.

 

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