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1. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly: Volume > 6 > Issue: 4
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William L. Saunders, Jr. Washington Insider
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Rev. Romanus Cessario, O.P. Catholic Considerations on Palliative Care
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Patrick Guinan, M.D. Medical Ethics versus Bioethics (a.k.a. Principlism)
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The Hippocratic ethic, or medical ethics, has guided medical practitioners for 2,500 years. More recently it has been displaced by bioethics. Traditional medicalethics is a covenant between a competent physician and a sick patient, the purpose of which is to effect healing. Bioethics is a civil consensual ethic regulating health-care delivery. It is not personal by nature.Medical ethics is a deontological, virtue-based ethic. Bioethics, particularly as expressed in principlism, its most prominent school in the United States, isa liberal utilitarian ethic that emphasizes individual autonomy.Bioethics and principlism both play a role in guiding health-care delivery in a pluralistic society. However, traditional medical ethics, and not bioethics, bestaddresses the moral issues arising in the personal relationships between a treating physician and a suffering patient.
5. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly: Volume > 6 > Issue: 4
Christopher Kaczor The Violinist and Double-Effect Reasoning
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Brian D. Parks The Natural-Artificial Distinction and Conjoined Twins: A Response to Judith Thomson’s Argument for Abortion Rights
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David B. Hershenov Explaining the Psychological Appeal of Viability
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Nicholas Tonti-Filippini, John I. Fleming, Gregory K. Pike, Ray Campbell Ethics and Human-Animal Transgenesis
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William E. May The Misinterpretation of John Paul II’s Teaching in Evangelium vitae n. 73
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Christopher Oleson Nature, “Naturalism,” and the Immorality of Contraception
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Rev. Urbano Navarrete, S.J. On the Decree of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Regarding Male Impotence
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Rev. Nicanor Pier Giorgio Austriaco Science
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Journals in Science
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John M. Travaline, M.D., F.A.C.P. Medicine
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Journals in Medicine
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Meghan J. Clark Transforming Care: A Christian Vision of Nursing Practice, by Mary Molewyk Doornbos, Ruth E. Groenhout, and Kendra G. Holtz
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William E. May, Ph.D. The Theology of the Body Made Simple, by Rev. Anthony Percy, with a foreword by Kenneth Schmitz
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J. Brian Benestad, Ph.D. Values in a Time of Upheaval, by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI)
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Peter J. Cataldo, Ph.D. Cooperation, Complicity and Conscience: Problems in Healthcare, Science, Law and Public Policy, edited by Helen Watt
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