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This volume is the first English-language book-length text to trace the development of bioethics in the Ibero-American context. Coverage is given to many particular countries within Latin America with an aim to present the historical development of bioethics therein. This history takes place against the backdrop of a tumultuous period of time in the history of Latin America. The volume also discusses the relationship of bioethics in Latin America to questions and issues in Roman Catholic moral theology and philosophy. Moreover, it specifically touches on how these issues affect women in the…mehr

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This volume is the first English-language book-length text to trace the development of bioethics in the Ibero-American context. Coverage is given to many particular countries within Latin America with an aim to present the historical development of bioethics therein. This history takes place against the backdrop of a tumultuous period of time in the history of Latin America. The volume also discusses the relationship of bioethics in Latin America to questions and issues in Roman Catholic moral theology and philosophy. Moreover, it specifically touches on how these issues affect women in the region. "Ibero-American Bioethics: History and Perspectives" is a landmark work, collecting the voices of those who participated in the founding and development of bioethics in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula. The volume offers the reader a cluster of perspectives on the various births of bioethics in this region. The essays in part are irreplaceable first-person voices that give an account of how bioethics took shape within the Spanish and Portuguese cultures both in Europe and in the Americas. As such, the volume is a collection of primary sources, otherwise not available in English, that presents historical panoramas and explores the new perspectives born of the different phases of bioethics in Ibero-America - from its assimilation of bioethics to its creation of its own authentic voices. The volume also encompasses critical reflections from this region on the quite different ways in which its local bioethics have taken shape. As such, this volume also offers an introduction into the quite different concerns that frame and direct bioethics in the cultural context of Ibero-America. The book gives a rich, deep, broad, and pluralist presentation of Ibero-American bioethics and its contribution to the international phenomenon of bioethics. It is a volume for all readers interested in bioethics, Ibero-American studies, and international approaches to health care policy.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 16.12.2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402093500
  • Artikelnr.: 37342301
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword;H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. ;Introduction;Lèo Pessini and Christian de Paul de Barchifontaine; Part I. Reflections from the Latin American Context; 1. The Historical Setting of Latin American Bioethics, Diego Grácia Guillén;2. The Discourses of Bioethics in Latin America, José Alberto Mainetti; 3. A Personal History of Bioethics in Latin America: The Current Challenge to the Medical Profession and the Influence of Pharmaceutical Companies, James F. Drane; 4. Bioethics in Latin America and Colombia, Alfonso Lhano Escobar, S.J.; 5. The Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) and Latin America Bioethics, Fernando Lolas Stepke; Part II. Reflections from Pioneering Voices; 6. References to Bioethics in Argentina, José Alberto Mainetti and Marta Lucia Perez; 7. Bioethics in Bolivia: Antecedents and Projections, Javier Luna Orosco Eduardo; 8. An X-Ray of Bioethics in Brazil: Pioneering Voices, Institutional and Educational Programs, and Perspectives, Lèo Pessini and Christian de Paul de Barchifontaine; 9. Bioethics in Chile, Miguel Kottow; 10. Evolution of Bioethics in Costa Rica: A Recent History, Daniel Bustos Montero; 11. Bioethics in Cuba: Responsibility and Solidarity, José Ramón Acosta Sariego; 12. The History of Bioethics in the Dominican Republic, Miguel Angel Suazo; 13. Historical Aspects of the Development of Bioethics in Ecuador, Katya Rodríguez; 14. A Survey of the Development of Mexican Bioethics: Genomic Medicine as One of its Greatest Challenges, Gerardo Jiménez-Sánchez, Cesar Francisco Lara-Álvarez, and Alberto Arellano-Méndez; 15. The History of Bioethics in Panama, Claude Vergès; 16. The History and Development of Bioethics in Paraguay, Marta Ascurra; 17. Bioethics in Peru, Roberto Lhanos Zuloaga; 18. Bioethics in Portugal, Jorge Biscaia and Walter Osswald; 19. Historical Development of Bioethics in Puerto Rico, Leonides Santos y Vargas; 20.The Dynamics of the Bioethical Dialogue in Spain, Francesc Abel, S.J., and Núria Terribas; 21. Bioethics in Venezuela: First Footpaths, Ludwig Schmidt H.; Part III. Special Topics in Bioethics; 22. Bioethics and Religion in Latin America, Márcio Fabri dos Anjos; 23. Bioethics and Women in Latin America: A Biographical and Genealogical Essay, Debora Diniz and Dirce Guilhem; 24. Bioethics and the Environment: A Hermeneutic Approach, José Roque Junges, S.J., and Lucilda Selli; 25. Human Vulnerability, José Eduardo de Siqueira and Marco Segre; 26. Ethics of Research Involving Human Beings: The Brazilian Experience, William Saad Hossne and Corina Bontempo Duca de Freitas; Part IV. The Future of Ibero-American Bioethics; 27. A Prospective Examination for Discovering Challenges from the Hispano-American Historical Context, Hubert Lepargneur; 28. A Critical Reading of Latin American Bioethics, Germán Calderón Legarda; 29. What Kind of Future Awaits Us? Some Challenging Questions for the Future of Bioethics in Ibero-America, Lèo Pessini and Christian de Paul de Barchifontaine; Part V. Postscript; 30. The Many Beginnings of Bioethics: A Comparison of American and Ibero-American Bioethics and the Possibility of a Global Bioethics, Jennifer A. Bulcock; Notes on Contributors Index
Rezensionen
From the reviews: Pessini, Barchifontaine, and Lolas have succeeded in gathering and superbly focusing a rich exploration of the origin and development of bioethics in Ibero-America. To understand American bioethics in perspective, from now on one will need to read this volume. It is a major cultural resource.-David Solomon, Center for Ethics and Culture, University of Notre Dame No one interested in Latin-American studies, and surely no one with interest in the global phenomenon of bioethics, can do without this book. This is a splendid and rich portrayal of the birth and maturation of Ibero-American bioethics.-Nicholas Capaldi, Loyola University New Orleans "This volume ... addresses the topics of the development of bioethics on the territory of Latin America (including the role of Portugal and Spain in it, as these European cultures played a major part in the creation of the Latin American cultures), main features of bioethics, and guidelines for future achievements. ... It also provides the reader with the possibility to get acquainted with the kind of bioethical perspective that differs quite a lot from the dominant Anglophone, North American and European, bioethics." (Robert Doricic, JAHR, Vol. 2 (4), September, 2011)