The Resource Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions, edited by Donald G. McCarthy and Albert S. Moraczewski

Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions, edited by Donald G. McCarthy and Albert S. Moraczewski

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Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions
Title
Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Donald G. McCarthy and Albert S. Moraczewski
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
174/.24
Index
index present
LC call number
R726
LC item number
.M69 1981
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
NLM call number
CC5403
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1920-2008
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  • McCarthy, Donald G
  • Moraczewski, Albert S.
  • Pope John XXIII Medical-Moral Research and Education Center
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  • Terminal care
  • Euthanasia
  • Right to die
  • Terminal care
  • Euthanasia
  • Right to die
  • Life and death, Power over
  • Life and death, Power over
  • Christian ethics
  • Pastoral medicine
  • Catholic Church
  • Levensverlenging
  • Euthanasie
  • Terminale patiënten
  • Christelijke ethiek
  • Medische ethiek
  • Morale chrétienne
  • Mort
  • Ethics, Medical
  • Religion and Medicine
  • Life Support Care
  • Terminal Care
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Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions, edited by Donald G. McCarthy and Albert S. Moraczewski
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 308-309
Contents
  • Paul A. Byrne
  • Determination of death : a medical-legal consensus
  • Dennis J. Horan
  • Part II. Prolonging life decisions
  • Prolonging life in medical practice
  • Oscar B. Hunter, Jr.
  • The patient/physician relationship
  • Joseph M. Boyle, Jr.
  • Theological history of Catholic teaching on prolonging life
  • Gary M. Atkinson
  • Part I. Life and death
  • Principles for moral decisions about prolonging life
  • Benedict M. Ashley
  • Prolonging life : the duty and its limits
  • John Connery
  • Prolonging life conscience formation
  • Lawrence T. Reilly
  • Euthanasia, the right to life and termination of medical treatment : legal issues
  • Dennis J. Horan
  • Contemporary American opinion and euthanasia
  • William J. Monahan
  • Biblical teaching on life and death
  • Part III. Clinical and pastoral applications
  • The case of persons in the final stage of terminal illness or irreversibly comatose
  • Care of persons with irreversibly deteriorating health
  • The case of severely defective new born babies
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Care of persons desiring to die, yet not terminally ill
  • Albert S. Moraczewski
  • Responsibilities of administrators
  • Responsibilities of physicians
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Patrick J. Sena
  • Responsibilities of nurses
  • Albert S. Moraczewski
  • Responsibilities of pastoral care persons
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Consequentialism and the Fifth Commandment
  • Richard R. Roach
  • The medical approach to the determination of death
  • Kenneth R. Smith, Jr.
  • Response to Kenneth R. Smith, Jr.
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 316 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036744541
Label
Moral responsibility in prolonging life decisions, edited by Donald G. McCarthy and Albert S. Moraczewski
Link
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 308-309
Contents
  • Paul A. Byrne
  • Determination of death : a medical-legal consensus
  • Dennis J. Horan
  • Part II. Prolonging life decisions
  • Prolonging life in medical practice
  • Oscar B. Hunter, Jr.
  • The patient/physician relationship
  • Joseph M. Boyle, Jr.
  • Theological history of Catholic teaching on prolonging life
  • Gary M. Atkinson
  • Part I. Life and death
  • Principles for moral decisions about prolonging life
  • Benedict M. Ashley
  • Prolonging life : the duty and its limits
  • John Connery
  • Prolonging life conscience formation
  • Lawrence T. Reilly
  • Euthanasia, the right to life and termination of medical treatment : legal issues
  • Dennis J. Horan
  • Contemporary American opinion and euthanasia
  • William J. Monahan
  • Biblical teaching on life and death
  • Part III. Clinical and pastoral applications
  • The case of persons in the final stage of terminal illness or irreversibly comatose
  • Care of persons with irreversibly deteriorating health
  • The case of severely defective new born babies
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Care of persons desiring to die, yet not terminally ill
  • Albert S. Moraczewski
  • Responsibilities of administrators
  • Responsibilities of physicians
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Patrick J. Sena
  • Responsibilities of nurses
  • Albert S. Moraczewski
  • Responsibilities of pastoral care persons
  • Donald G. McCarthy
  • Consequentialism and the Fifth Commandment
  • Richard R. Roach
  • The medical approach to the determination of death
  • Kenneth R. Smith, Jr.
  • Response to Kenneth R. Smith, Jr.
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 316 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036744541

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