Over the past few decades, developments in medical science have fascinated individuals and societies across the globe. At the same time, however, the ethical nature of some of these developments and practices has been the source of much debate and disagreement.
Bioethics and the Catholic Moral Tradition, examines some of the more controversial developments, including assisted human reproduction and embryonic stem cell research, from the perspective of the Catholic moral tradition. This book is intended for a general audience who would like to learn more about the fascinating and complex subject of bioethics; the author, Padraig Corkery has spent years teaching the subject at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
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