Life and Learning VII - 1997 Contents
I. CONTEMPORARY CURRENTS
Where is the Pro-Life Movement Today?
Mary Ellen Bork
Why Can't We Love Them Both?
John and Barbara Willke
Adoption: Not an Easy Option
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Adoption: A Personal Perspective
II. PHILOSOPHICAL AND THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
Coherence and Priority: Evaluating the Consistent Ethic
John J. Conley, S.J.
The Human Person Exists in Freedom Under the Truth
John F. Crosby
Absolute Autonomy and Physician-Assisted Suicide: Putting a Bad Idea Out of its Misery
Francis J. Beckwith
The Incompatibility of Contraception with Respect for Life
Kevin E. Miller
III. MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVES
Mournful Numbers: Quantitative Tools for Combating the Overpopulation Myth
J. T. Maloy
Abortion, Breast Cancer, and Ideology
Joel Brind, M.D.
The "Morning-After Pill": Another Step Towards Depersonalization?
Hanna Klaus, M.D.
IV. RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY
Catholic Retreat for Post-Abortion Women and Men: Results and Theological Reflections
William S. Kurz, S.J.
Faith, Suffering, and the Prolife Movement
V. HISTORICAL AND LITERARY PERSPECTIVES
Compulsory Sterilization, Euthanasia, and Propaganda: The Nazi Experience
Abortion and the Nuremberg Prosecutors: A Deeper Analysis
Principles of American Life: An Archaeology of the Virus of Negation of Inalienable Rights and its Antidote in American Literature
The Road to
Cultural Change and the Growth of Acceptance of Abortion prior to 1973