Life and Learning II - 1992
Moral Arguments, Political Debate, and the Protection of Human Life
William J. Byron, S.J.
- The Beginning and Development of Human Life
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The Physiological Substrate of the Mind in Early Human Life
Jerome Lejeune, M.D.
- The Sounds of Silence: Abortion and the New Testament Canon
- What Is Respect for the Sanctity of Human Life?
- The Evangelicals and the Prolife Position
SOCIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
- Differential Impact of Abortion on Adolescents and Adults
Wanda Franz and David Reardon
- The Role of Social Science in Shaping "Humanist" Sexuality
- The Place of Experiential Learning in Education in Human Sexuality
Hanna Klaus, M.D.
- Abortion and Cultural Interpretation
- New Conceptual Lenses Through Which to View the Fear Which Fuels Fetal Tissue Research
Mary Jane Owen
- A Study of the Legal Framework, the Ideas and Attitudes of Professional Care-Givers and the Elderly toward Terminal Care and Euthanasia
L. L. Deveber, F. Henry, R. Nadeau, J.D., E. Cassidy, I. Gentles, and G. Bierling
SCIENTIFIC AND PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES
- Current and Future Developments in Experimental Therapies
Maria Michejda, M.D.
- Scientific and Philosophical Expertise: An Evaluation of the Arguments on "Personhood"
Dianne Nutwell Irving
- On the Use of Nutrition and Hydration: a Second Opinion
Kevin O'Rourke, O.P.
- Abortion: "To Be or Not To Be?" A Nation Divided
- The Philosophical Underpinnings of the Prolife Movement
Paul M. Quay, S.J.
- Anencephaly -- Organ Transplantation?
Paul A. Byrne, M.D., Joseph C. Evers, M.D., and Richard G. Nilges, M.D.