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Thomas A. Shannon,James J. Walter
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Authors James Walter and Thomas Shannon offer a fresh analysis from the Catholic tradition and show how a. .

Authors James Walter and Thomas Shannon offer a fresh analysis from the Catholic tradition and show how a specifically Catholic perspective might inform public discussion on these issues. In an age where it is claimed that religion should not be part of ethical discussion on bioethical issues, this book takes a decidedly different tack and shows that the Catholic tradition has something very important to offer

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Volume 35, Issue 1. Spring 2008, pp. 172-173. Contemporary Issues in Bioethics: A Catholic Perspective. By James J. Walter and Thomas A. Shannon. Thomas A. Nairn (a1). Catholic Theological Union. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 March 2013.

Contemporary Issues in Bioethics. The main strength of this book is the international exchange of ideas that will not only highlight many of these crucial bioethical issues but will strengthen the discipline of bioethics both nationally and globally

Contemporary Issues in Bioethics. ISBN 978-953-51-0169-7, PDF ISBN 978-953-51-6855-3, Published 2012-03-07. The main strength of this book is the international exchange of ideas that will not only highlight many of these crucial bioethical issues but will strengthen the discipline of bioethics both nationally and globally. A critical exchange of ideas allows everyone to learn and benefit from the insights gained through others experiences. Analyzing and understanding real medical-ethical issues and cases and how they are resolved is the basis of education in bioethics for those who will have to make these decisions in the future.

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Contemporary Issues in Bioethics: A Catholic Perspective applies the best of the Roman Catholic theological and ethical tradition to some of the most controversial and complex bioethical topics that confront contemporary society. Authors James Walter and Thomas Shannon offer a fresh analysis from the Catholic tradition and show how a specifically Catholic perspective might inform public discussion on these issues. In an age where it is claimed that religion should not be part of ethical discussion on bioethical issues, this book takes a decidedly different tack and shows that the Catholic tradition has something very important to offer.Contemporary Issues in Bioethics combines clear, concise and accessible prose with teachable case studies on such issues as reproductive cloning, quality of life and clinical decision making, and the withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration. Divided into four sections―theological issues, issues at the beginning of life, issues with genetic medicine and the care of ill patients, and issues at the end of life― this book is ideal for use in college, university, and seminary courses on bioethics, as well as for medical professionals, policy makers, and individual readers.
  • The authors do a very good job of setting the context of the discussion and then describe very clearly the biology behind the various processes involved in the ethical choices confronting the Catholic.
    They take a very moderate view towards the issues.

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  • I was very disappointed in this book. From the title, "Contemporary Issues in Bioethics, A Catholic Perspective" and the back cover, I was expecting this book to explain modern bioethical issues in a Roman Catholic perspective. While there are points made, which are in harmony with Catholic moral tradition, there is much included that is not. I was particularly disgusted with the material on human embryonic stem cells. I wish I had not wasted money on this book, which blatantly contradicts the Catholic Church on several issues.