Islamic Bioethics provides a large choice of views and debates on how Islamic societies care for the moral dilemmas raised through biomedicine and new applied sciences. The publication is a "constructive discussion" among individuals chosen from a multidisciplinary staff of Muslim and non-Muslim students from assorted Islamic international locations.
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Additional info for Autonomy and Trust in Bioethics (Gifford Lectures)
Autonomy and Trust in Bioethics (Gifford Lectures) by Onora O'Neill
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