The foundations of Christian bioethics /

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Main Author: Engelhardt, H. Tristram (Hugo Tristram), 1941-
Format: Book
Published: Lisse (Netherlands) ; Exton, PA : Swets & Zeitlinger, c2000
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Table of Contents:
  • From Christian Bioethics to Secular Bioethics: The Establishment of a Liberal Cosmopolitan Morality
  • Can Morality be Sectarian?
  • Christian Bioethics: Confused and Eclipsed
  • Christian vs. Secular Bioethics: The Disappearance of a Difference
  • Moral Crises and the Medieval Faith in Reason
  • From the Reformation and the Enlightenment to Secular Bioethics
  • The Enlightenment and its Dirty Hands
  • Faith in Secular Rationality Unshaken: Secular Medical Ethics and the Medical Humanities
  • Why a Canonical, Content-full Secular Bioethics Cannot be Justified in General Secular Terms: Content Requires Assumptions
  • From a Libertarian to a Liberal Cosmopolitan: The Background of Post-Traditional Christianity
  • Christian Bioethics Reconsidered
  • At the Roots of Bioethics: Reason, Faith, and the Unity of Morality
  • Religious and Secular Ethics: Rethinking the Project of Morality
  • Pluralism and Conflict in Ethics and Bioethics: The Right, the Good, the Particular, and God
  • Immanuel Kant and his As-If God
  • The Necessity of Contingency: Hegel and the Justification of Moral Particularity
  • Rationality, Belief, and Kierkegaard: Being a Christian in the Post-Christian Age
  • Reason, Faith, and Bioethics
  • Christian Bioethics as a Human Project: Taking Immanence Seriously
  • The Enlightenment's Bequest
  • Knowledge, Morality, and Religion as Limited Human Projects
  • Three Visions of the Secular Cosmopolis: Living in a World Deaf to God
  • Christianity Transformed: Towards a Christian Bioethics Without Transcendence