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  • Smart Mice, Not So Smart Peopleby Arthur L. Caplan

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2006; US$ 22.99

    What do you think about cloning, stem cell research, brain enhancement, or doing experiments on newly dead patients? Read Smart Mice, Not so Smart People and you'll know what Art Caplan thinks. But this assortment of pithy, provocative opinions on all things bioethical does more than simply give you a piece of the author's mind?it also invites and... more...

  • Scientific Controversiesby H. Tristram Jr. Engelhardt; Arthur L. Caplan

    Cambridge University Press 1987; US$ 56.00 US$ 45.92

    This collection of essays examines the ways in which disputes and controversies about the application of scientific knowledge are resolved. Four concrete examples of public controversy are considered in detail: the efficacy of Laetrile, the classification of homosexuality as a disease, the setting of safety standards in the workplace, and the utility... more...

  • Contemporary Debates in Bioethicsby Arthur L. Caplan; Robert Arp

    Wiley 2013; US$ 40.95 US$ 35.49

    Contemporary Debates in Bioethics features a timely collection of highly readable, debate-style arguments contributed by many of today’s top bioethics scholars, focusing on core bioethical concerns of the twenty-first century. Written in an engaging, debate-style format for accessibility to non-specialists Features general introductions... more...

  • The Penn Center Guide to Bioethicsby PhD Vardit Ravitsky; PhD Autumn Fiester; PhD Arthur L. Caplan

    Springer Publishing Company 2009; US$ 94.99

    Named an Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 by Choice! "[A] set of almost 70 essays, all well informed and many with attitude." Harold Shapiro , PhD Professor Emeritus and Professor of Economics and Public Affairs Princeton University, Former Chair, National Bioethics Advisory Board "This most noteworthy and authoritative collection of 67... more...

  • Replacement Partsby Arthur L. Caplan; James J. McCartney; Daniel P. Reid

    Georgetown University Press 2015; US$ 39.95 US$ 31.96

    In Replacement Parts , internationally recognized bioethicist Arthur L. Caplan and coeditors James J. McCartney and Daniel P. Reid assemble seminal writings from medicine, philosophy, economics, and religion that address the ethical challenges raised by organ transplantation. Caplan's new lead essay explains the shortfalls of present policies.... more...

  • Health, Disease, and Illnessby Arthur L. Caplan; James J. McCartney; Dominic A. Sisti; Edmund D. Pellegrino

    Georgetown University Press 2004; US$ 39.95 US$ 31.96

    In the 1850s, "Drapetomania" was the medical term for a disease found among black slaves in the United States. The main symptom was a strange desire to run away from their masters. In earlier centuries gout was understood as a metabolic disease of the affluent, so much so that it became a badge of uppercrust honor?and a medical excuse to avoid hard... more...

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