Life and Learning VIII - 1998 Contents
I. INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Life's Dominion in Canada: A Legal Survey
David M. Brown
The Problematic Moral Arguments in the Sue Rodriguez Case
Gilbert E. Brodie
Abortion and the Crisis of Liberal Justice: George Grant on the Meaning of Roe v. Wade
Is Abortion an International Human Right?
Winston L. Frost
II. SUPREME COURT FOCUS
The Supreme Court and Abortion: Legal Logic and Legal Fictions
D. J. Dooley
Deconstructing Roe v. Wade's Birth Wall: Opportunities and Dangers
Roe v. Wade: Effects of Twenty-Five Years of Constitutionalized Abortion on Demand
Lynn D. Wardle
Breakfasting with Champions
Robert G. Morrison
III. THE RIGHT-TO-LIFE MOVEMENT
Abortion: A Failure to Communicate
Abortion, Self-Love, and Virtue: On the Work of the Caring Foundation
Prenatal Care: Hope, Concern, and Contradictions
Mary A. Nicholas, M.D.
IV. LITERARY AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES
Resolution of a Controversial Issue in the Writing Class: Daedalus Software, Discussion, and Collaborative Writing on Abortion
Abortion as Metaphor
John J. Conley, S.J.
Abortion as a Sacrament: Mimetic Desire and Sacrifice in Sexual Politics
Bernadette Waterman Ward
V. PHILOSOPHICAL AND RELIGIOUS PERSPECTIVES
Suicide Is Not a Private Choice
A Prolegomenon to Any Future Ethics of Abortion
John C. Calahan
The Life Principles: A Model for Teaching the Philosophy of the Pro-Life Movement
Robert J. Spitzer, S.J.
College Outreach Program
Feminists for Life
The Role of Mercy in a Culture of Life: John Paul II on Capital Punishment
Kevin E. Miller
Is the Early Embryo a Person?
W. Jerome Bracken, C.P.
VI. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
Mercy Killing: History and Medicine
L. L. de Veber, M.D., F.R.C.P.(C)
Perfecting Humankind: A Comparison of Progressive and Nazi Views on Eugenics, Sterilization, and Abortion
Euthanasia: Politics and the Law
Iain T. Benson