Vol. 30 Nbr. 1, November 2002
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- Conference on Religious Values and Legal Dilemmas in Bioethics: introduction.
- Conference on Religious Values and Legal Dilemmas in Bioethics: foreword.
- The role of a lawyer's morals and religion when counseling clients in bioethics.
- Religious contributions to the bioethics debate: utilizing legal rights while avoiding scientific temptations.
- Toward epistemic justice.
- Assisted reproductive technologies and the Constitution.
- Assisted reproduction in Jewish law.
- Catholic teaching and the law concerning the new reproductive technologies.
- Protestant perspectives on the uses of the new reproductive technologies.
- The Islamic viewpoint on new assisted reproductive technologies.
- A goodness-of-fit ethic for informed consent.
- The psychology of competence and informed consent: understanding decision-making with regard to clinical research.
- Protestant perspectives on informed consent (particularly in research involving human participants).
- Informed consent without autonomy.
- The physician's conscience, conscience clauses, and religious belief: a Catholic perspective.
- The physician as a conscientious objector.
- Religious teachings and reflections on advance directive: religious values and legal dilemmas in bioethics; an Islamic perspective.
- Catholic social teaching and American legal practice.
- Response to Avery Cardinal Dulles.
- Catholic social teaching and American legal practice: a practical response.
- Exploring methods to improve management and fairness in pro se cases: a study of the pro se docket in the Southern District of New York.