George P. Smith II - Monographs 1986-2001
A collection of the following essays:
Law, science, and religion in a changing world order: designing a template for the age of biotechnology.
Universal human rights and biomedicine.
The elderly and health care rationing.
Complexities in end-of-life medical treatment.
Genetic enhancement or eugenic improvement: controlling the brave new world.
The last rights: euthanasia, suicide or self-determination: ethical, legal, and philosophical concerns.
The flight of the developmentally disabled.
Bioethics and the administration of justice.
Procreative liberty or procreative responsibility.
Developing a standard for advancing genetic health and scientific investigation.
Final exits: safeguarding self-determination and the right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment.
Challenging family values in the new society.
Economic jurisprudence, land use development, and the law of nuisance.
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Smith, George P. II, "George P. Smith II - Monographs 1986-2001" (2001). Faculty Books. 116.