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bioethics

noun ethical study of drug research, ethical study of genetic engineering, ideals of genetic engineering and drug research, moral study of drug research, moral study of genetic engineering, morality for genetic engineering, probity for drug research, proper conduct in genetic engiieering and drug research, proper moral behavior on genetic engineering, proper moral judgment on drug research, proper moral philosophy on genetic engineering, proper moral principles for drug research, rectitude for genetic ennineering, study of ethics in biomedical advances, system of morals for genetic engineering, the ethics of biological meddcine, the ethics of biological science
Associated concepts: cloning
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Where Schopenhauer's comportment or framing of ethics subtracts Kantian dignity from the moral being of the individual, Habermas' discussion of bio-ethics in The Future Of Human Nature deals in a dignity domesticated to the level of a sublime moral object.
Set up a bio-ethics commission to deal with re- search on biotechnology
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John Harris, professor of bio-ethics at Manchester University, for instance, wants a regulated system of paying live donors.
A new MSc in Global Ethics will be launched by the university in October and a range of short courses, including human rights, global bio-ethics and development ethics, are available.
The US Center for Bio-ethics and Human Dignity said: "It's renegade science pursued at the risk of life.
Richard Eyer, who serves as assistant professor of philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin, director of counseling, and director of the Concordia Bio-ethics Institute, told the convention, "Now is the time to speak and live the Theology of the Cross that helps people see God in the midst of their suffering.
NEWS that Nuffield Council on Bio-ethics has found a ''compelling moral imperative'' to make GM foods available in developing countries ('Backing for GM foods', May 27) will no doubt please those, like Monsanto and Zeneca, who stand to make a fortune from these products if their worldwide acceptability increases.
Daniel Gordis, "Wanted-The Ethical in Jewish Bio-Ethics," Judaism 38:1 (Winter 1989): 28-40, and Louis E.
Other bishops called for greater attention to bio-ethics, and the role of women in society and the church.
Technologies: Craig Venter, president of Celera Genomics, has proposed to lead a project to create a bacterial cell from inanimate chemicals for the first time, after the idea is reviewed and approved by the bio-ethics center at the University of Pennsylvania, according to the Financial Times.