医師の幇助による自殺:議論の拡張<br>Physician Assisted Suicide : Expanding the Debate (Reflective Bioethics)

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医師の幇助による自殺:議論の拡張
Physician Assisted Suicide : Expanding the Debate (Reflective Bioethics)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 463 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415920025
  • DDC分類 174.24

基本説明

By offering views from a range of disciplines - including bioethics, law, medicine and religion - it draws attention to the variety of questions to be addressed; such as should assistance in suicide be confined to the terminally ill, or should any rational person be able to ask for a doctor's help in ending life?

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Physician Assisted Suicide is a cross-disciplinary collection of essays from philosophers, physicians, theologians, social scientists, lawyers and economists. As the first book to consider the implications of the Supreme Court decisions in Washington v. Glucksburg and Vacco v. Quill concerning physician-assisted suicide from a variety of perspectives, this collection advances informed, reflective, vigorous public debate.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       1  (8)
Part One: Conceptual Issues 9 (64)
Meanings of Death 11 (17)
Patricia S. Mann
Physician-Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, and 28 (35)
Intending Death
Frances M. Kamm
Physician-Assisted Suicide 63 (10)
Margaret P. Battin
Part Two: Considering Those at Risk 73 (90)
Assisted Suicide 75 (16)
Leslie Pickering Francis
Lessons for Physician-Assisted Suicide From 91 (22)
the African-American Experience
Patricia A. King
Leslie E. Wolf
Why Suicide Is Like Contraception 113(10)
Dena S. Davis
Disability and Life-Ending Decisions 123(10)
Jerome E. Bickenbach
Protecting the Innocents From 133(16)
Physician-Assisted Suicide
Anita Silvers
Assisted Suicide, Terminal Illness, Severe 149(14)
Disability, and the Double Standard
Felicia Ackerman
Part Three: Considering the Practice of Medicine 163(60)
Physicians, Assisted Suicide, and the Right 165(12)
to Live or Die
Rosamond Rhodes
Physician, Stay Thy Hand! 177(5)
Bernard Baumrin
An Alternative to Physician-Assisted Suicide 182(21)
Bernard Gert
Charles M. Culver
K. Danner Clouser
Not in the House 203(20)
Michael Teitelman
Part Four: Considering the Impact of 223(100)
Legalization
Physician-Assisted Suicide 225(27)
Lance K. Stell
From Intention to Consent 252(15)
Helga Kuhse
The Weakness of the Case for Legalizing 267(12)
Physician-Assisted Suicide
Don Marquis
Physician-Assisted Suicide 279(22)
John D. Arras
The Supreme Court and Terminal Sedation 301(11)
David Orentlicher
Would Physician-Assisted Suicide Save the 312(11)
Healthcare System Money?
Merrill Matthews, Jr.
Part Five: Considering Religious Perspectives 323(50)
A Catholic Perspective on Physician-Assisted 324(10)
Suicide
John J. Paris
Michael P. Moreland
Christian Perspectives on Assisted Suicide 334(13)
and Euthanasia
Cynthia B. Cohen
A Protestant Perspective on Ending Life 347(15)
Allen Verhey
Jewish Deliberations on Suicide 362(11)
Noam J. Zohar
Part Six: Appendices 373(76)
A. Washington et al. v. Glucksberg et al. 377(46)
Chief Justice Rehnquist
Justices O'Connor
Stevens
Souter
Ginsburg
Breyer
B. Vacco et al. v. Quill et al. 423(8)
Chief Justice Rehnquist
Justices O'Connor
Stevens
Souter
Ginsburg
Breyer
C. The Philosophers' Brief 431(12)
Ronald Dworkin
Thomas Nagel
Robert Nozick
John Rawls
Thomas Scanlon
Judith Jarvis Thomson
D. The Oregon Death With Dignity Act 443(6)
Contributors 449(6)
Index 455