Biomedical Ethics

PHILOSOPHY 233F

A critical examination, in light of contemporary moral disagreements and traditional ethical theories, of some of the moral issues arising out of medical practice and experimentation in our society. May include euthanasia, genetic engineering, abortion, medical malpractice, the allocation of medical resources, and the rights of the patient.
Course Attributes: EN H; BU Eth; AS HUM; FA HUM; AR HUM; CFH MH

Section 01

Biomedical Ethics
INSTRUCTOR: Baril
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Section 02

Biomedical Ethics
INSTRUCTOR: [TBA]
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Section 21

Biomedical Ethics
INSTRUCTOR: Ames
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Section 41

Biomedical Ethics
INSTRUCTOR: Walker
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