Medicine, Ethics and Religion
Medicine, Ethics, Religion addresses three topics that inevitably will be confronted at some level in every human life. Academic understanding of all three fields provides background for entering the field of medicine. Understanding of Bioethics is part of every contemporary student's higher education. The discipline is presented as an important background understanding of contemporary culture for students. This textbook is required reading for an entry-level course in bioethics or for an introductory philosophy course with a focus on medicine. It may also help readers to understand their own lives, adding e religious dimension to the practice of medicine. The doctor-patient relationship, an analysis of contemporary culture, the impact of technology on human life and the interfaces between medical practice, bioethics, and religion are core themes of this volume. James F. Drane (Pennsylvania, 1930), Catholic priest. B.D. ( Gregorian University), M.A. ( Middlebury College), PhD ( University of Madrid). At Edinboro University of Pennsylvania he directs the James F. Drane Bioethics Institute.
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