A New Edition of Bioethics Is Now Available

December 16, 2019

Bioethics (vol. 33, no. 2, 2019) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “The Unabomber’s Ethics” by Ole Martin Moen
  • “Deceased?Directed Donation: Considering the Ethical Permissibility in a Multicultural Setting” by Andria Bianchi and Rebecca Greenberg
  • “Medical Crowdfunding and the Virtuous Donor” by Bryanna Moore
  • “Even if the Fetus Is Not a Person, Abortion Is Immoral: The Impairment Argument” by Perry Hendricks
  • “Precaution, Threshold Risk and Public Deliberation” by Sune Holm
  • “Patients with Multiple Needs for Healthcare and Priority to the Worse Off” by Erik Gustavsson
  • “Causal Parenthood and the Ethics of Gamete Donation” by Jason Hanna
  • “The Common Rule’s ‘Reasonable Person’ Standard for Informed Consent” by Jake Greenblum and Ryan Hubbard
  • “Withholding and Withdrawing Treatment for Cost-Effectiveness Reasons: Are They Ethically on Par?” by Lars Sandman and Jan Liliemark
  • “The Identity Objection to the Future?Like?Ours Argument” by Skott Brill
  • “Refining the Ethics of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: A Plea for Contextualized Proportionality” by Wybo Dondorp and Guido de Wert
  • “Humanitarian Medical Aid to the Syrian People: Ethical Implications and Dilemmas” by Salman Zarka, Morshid Farhat, and Tamar Gidron