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[EAN: 9780312144012], Neubuch, [PU: Griffin Publishing, United States], Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Rethinking Life and Death is a book that only the distinguished philosopher Peter Singer could write - a book that creates nothing less than a new set of ethics for the next century. Singer shows just why our traditional ethic of life and death is collapsing all around us - but instead of lamenting the fact, as traditional moralists do, he sees it as an opportunity to move forward to a more soundly based approach. In discussing themes like euthanasia, brain death, abortion, and the treatment of patients in a persistent vegetative state, Singer boldly discards the old rhetoric and meaningless cliches about the sanctity of human life. Instead he produces a fresh account of when life should be regarded as precious and worth preserving, and when it should not be. Using provocative case studies, Singer vividly describes the break-up of our current ethic of life and death. He asks penetrating questions like: What are the results of the classic Dutch experiment with voluntary euthanasia? What are its implications for the future and will a similar system work in the United States? Is the definition of death in terms of brain death a medical judgment? Or is it an ethical choice based on our need for organs and the emotional and financial futility of keeping human beings in this state alive? Why do we consider it wrong to take organs from a baby born without a brain, but acceptable to take them from an ape? Is it really possible to defend abortion on the grounds of choice or do we have to make up our minds first about the status of the fetus and whether it has rights in the first place? With Rethinking Life and Death, Peter Singer describes a world that has already begun to be revolutionizedby twenty-first-century technology, and in doing so, provides us all with a profound reexamination of the ethics that govern how we live and how we die.

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[EAN: 9780312144012], Neubuch, [PU: Griffin Publishing, United States], Medical|Ethics, Philosophy|General, Social Science|Death & Dying, Language: English . Brand New Book. Rethinking Life and Death is a book that only the distinguished philosopher Peter Singer could write - a book that creates nothing less than a new set of ethics for the next century. Singer shows just why our traditional ethic of life and death is collapsing all around us - but instead of lamenting the fact, as traditional moralists do, he sees it as an opportunity to move forward to a more soundly based approach. In discussing themes like euthanasia, brain death, abortion, and the treatment of patients in a persistent vegetative state, Singer boldly discards the old rhetoric and meaningless cliches about the sanctity of human life. Instead he produces a fresh account of when life should be regarded as precious and worth preserving, and when it should not be. Using provocative case studies, Singer vividly describes the break-up of our current ethic of life and death. He asks penetrating questions like: What are the results of the classic Dutch experiment with voluntary euthanasia? What are its implications for the future and will a similar system work in the United States? Is the definition of death in terms of brain death a medical judgment? Or is it an ethical choice based on our need for organs and the emotional and financial futility of keeping human beings in this state alive? Why do we consider it wrong to take organs from a baby born without a brain, but acceptable to take them from an ape? Is it really possible to defend abortion on the grounds of choice or do we have to make up our minds first about the status of the fetus and whether it has rights in the first place? With Rethinking Life and Death, Peter Singer describes a world that has already begun to be revolutionizedby twenty-first-century technology, and in doing so, provides us all with a profound reexamination of the ethics that govern how we live and how we die.

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Rethinking Life and Death: The Collapse of Our Traditional Ethics

Can killing an embryo for genetic reasons be justified? How long should we prolong the lives of people in vegetative states? Does a person who is clinically brain dead still have legal rights? In this 1995 Australian National Book Award winner, philosopher Peter Singer explores these and other questions in a major reexamination of the meaning of life and death--under the spotlight of 21st-century technology.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780312144012
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0312144016
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1996
Herausgeber: GRIFFIN
320 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,304 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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