Medical Ethics – Lectures and Audio Interviews
Lectures and audio interviews about medical ethics.
Beyond the Law: A Philosophical Note
Beyond the Law – A Philosophical Note Hans Uffelmann, co-founder of the Center, asserts that the laws of society reflect its moral values and therefore, an application of those laws to specific cases is a matter of both legal and ethical decision making.
Case Study – The Role of Literacy in Making Wishes Known
Where is Will Rogers when we need him most?
Toward a traditional morality in biomedical ethics.
The Legacy of Father Kevin O’Rourke
The wit and wisdom of Father Kevin O’Rourke influenced a generation of medical ethicists and others who struggled with the thorny questions posed by the American healthcare system.
The Race Between Ethics and Science
Glenn McGee examines the implications of the race between ethics and science.
The State of Global Bioethics
Glenn McGee presented at the International Bioethics Conference of the United Nations and UNESCO.
Wesley Smith on William Hurlbut – Trending Personalities and Politics in Bioethics
The December 2011 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics features a special “trending” section on personalities and politics in bioethics.
Should Religion Play a Role in the Practice of Medicine?
Dr. Farr Curlin, assistant professor of medicine, and John Lantos, both University of Chicago, address the question: Should religion play a role in the practice of medicine?
Stem Cell Tourism and the Power of Hope
Thousands of people are heading overseas to seek treatments for rare and terminal conditions.
Stem Cells: The Ethics Debate Begins Anew
A US judge blocks rules on embryonic stem cell research, and the ethical merry-go-round begins anew on this controversial issue.