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100 1  Gómez-Lobo, Alfonso,|d1940-2011|eauthor 
245 10 Bioethics and the human goods :|ban introduction to 
       natural law bioethics /|cAlfonso Gómez-Lobo ; with John 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bGeorgetown University Press,|c2015 
300    xxiv, 124 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Foundations -- Bioethical thinking -- Principles -- The 
       ethical divide -- The ontological divide -- Potentiality 
       and genetics -- Issues -- Beginning of life issues -- Stem
       cell research on human embryos -- Preimplantation 
       diagnosis -- Abortion -- Infanticide -- End-of-life issues
       -- Suicide -- Physician-assisted suicide -- Euthanasia -- 
       Tube-feeding patients in "pvs" -- Issues in 
       transplantation -- The "dead donor rule" -- The 
       determination of death -- Epilogue -- Appendix A: the 
       status of the human embryo -- Personal statement of 
       Professor Robert P. George, joined by Dr. Gómez-Lobo -- 
       Appendix B: the determination of death -- Personal 
       statement of Dr. Gómez-Lobo 
520    In this concise and accessible introductory text, Gómez-
       Lobo and Keown introduce a "human goods" approach to 
       bioethics as an alternative to the dominant principle-
       based method in the field (best illustrated by Beauchamp 
       and Childress, Principles of Biomedical Ethics, OUP). 
       Following Aristotle and the natural law tradition, the 
       authors demonstrate how an emphasis on human goods--such 
       as health, life, family, friendship, work and play, the 
       experience of beauty, knowledge, and integrity--provides a
       necessary context for medical decisions and can help us 
       understand critical issues at the beginning and end of 
       life. The manuscript includes two parts: Foundations and 
       Issues. In the Foundations section the authors explain how
       one can think about bioethics, offering definitions of 
       ethics and ontology (the study of being) and prudential 
       reasoning. In the Issues section they address genetics, 
       abortion, infanticide, suicide and physician-assisted 
       suicide, nutrition and hydration, and transplantation 
       ethics. The book includes appendices featuring personal 
       statements by Gómez-Lobo on the status of the human embryo
       and criteria for the determination of death 
650  0 Bioethics 
650  0 Natural law 
700 1  Keown, John,|eauthor 
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