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Science on Dissertation Reviews
Starting from mid-September, the Bioethics, Medical Anthropology and Science Studies series will appear on Dissertation Reviews every Wednesday. If yo...
Bioethics & the New Media
Bioethics and the New Media A few months ago, Gareth Jones and Robert Cole published a paper in the New Zealand Medical Journal in which...
Enforced Medical Treatment & Refusal
A review of Freedom, Consent and Autonomy in Bioethics: Justifications for Enforced Medical Treatment and its Refusal, by Mirko Daniel Garasic. The pr...
Rodney Brooks & the Bioethics of Animated Machines
A review of Creatures of Artifice: Rodney Brooks and the Bioethics of Animated Machines, by Nicholas S. Anderson. Nicholas Anderson’s dissertation beg...
Hope in Cancer Research Decision-Making
A review of Hope as a Discursive Practice in Cancer Research Decision-Making, by Kathleen Shannon Dorcy. Kathleen Shannon Dorcy’s dissertation explore...
Ethics of Participation in Clinical Trials
A review of The Ethical Foundations of Clinical Research: Shifting the Paradigm of Participation. The Case of Phase 0 Cancer Trials, by Silvia Campore...
Biotechnologies & Human Nature
A review of Biotechnologies and Human Nature: Ethical and Political Challenges, by Nicolae Morar. Since humans began to think philosophically about th...
Depression & the “Real Me”
A review of The Real Me: Control, Responsibility and the Self in Depression, by Tamara Kayali. When an individual receives a diagnosis for depression,...
Defining the Human & Legal Subjecthood
A review of Defining Human: Species, Sanity, and Legal Subjecthood, by Kris Weller. Why is the pain of others the least pain, the pain that...
Ethics of Human Embryo Research in USA
A review of Experiments in Democracy: The Science, Politics and Ethics of Human Embryo Research in the United States, 1978-2007, by James Benjamin Hur...
Teaching & Learning Medical Ethics in UK
A review of Taking Education Seriously: Developing Bourdieuan Social Theory in the Context of Teaching and Learning Medical Ethics in the UK Undergrad...
The Organ Trade in Bangladesh
A review of “Living Cadavers” in Bangladesh: Ethics of the Human Organ Bazaar, by Monir Moniruzzaman. From the moment of organ transplantation’s ince...