First in-depth study of how bioethicists shaped policy
A decade after the great stem cell debates, America is still "liberal"
Steven Pinker's combative op-ed prompted many comments
Steven Pinker delivers a stiff uppercut to the whole field.
Would it reach different conclusions?
One of the grand old men of American bioethics, he is a reminder of a broader and more communitarian view.
The notion that religious convictions have no place in medicine or bioethics is widespread and growing.
The Global Bioethics Initiative is offering a bioethics programme this summer.
A tough politician, he also influenced debates on abortion, the death penalty and euthanasia.
Arthur Caplan’s brisk summary of the history of bioethics in the latest issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics is decidedly upbeat.
Julian Savulescu's sombre lament for the field he loves.
One of the puzzling features of bioethics is that its “founders” were nearly all Christians, but Christian bioethics has become a marginal interest. Why?
The crisis in the the US Veterans Affairs Department is fundamentally a crisis of ethics, according to the former hospital ethicist at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
What a blockbuster teaches us about bioethics.
The CIRH puts its point of view.
The bioethics community in Canada is enraged at the Harper Government’s refusal to appoint a strong and formally credentialed leader.
Predictions of a Ragnarök for bioethics surface regularly in academic journals.
A junior bioethics scholar has vented her frustration about her job search in the bioethics.net blog.
A new journal has been launched, Law and the Biosciences.
The Journal of Medical Ethics is constantly innovating in the selection and presentation of its material. The latest feature is “Author Meets Critics”, a series in which authors present the principal arguments of a recent book, and then respond to a handful of critics.
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