Category Archives: History of Bioethics

Review of Duncan Wilson’s “The Making of British Bioethics” by Silvia Camporesi for the American Journal of Bioethics

Silvia Camporesi Reviewed by (2015) Review of Duncan Wilson, The Making of British Bioethics , The American Journal of Bioethics, 15:9, W10-W12, DOI: 10.1080/15265161.2015.1056388 Here’s an excerpt from the review: “If bioethics is the answer, what was the question? Posed by … Continue reading

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More summer readings! Historically influential bioethics literature

These are seminal bioethics papers or articles that have shaped the field in its early days. Taking a look at this selection is worthwhile and allows you to get a sense for the range of contributions in preparation for the … Continue reading

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Summer readings on the Origins of Bioethics for prospective MA Students

The first lecture of the MA in Bioethics & Society is only a few weeks away! In the first lecture Dr Silvia Camporesi and Dr Annette Rid will cover the origins and evolutions of Bioethics in the US and UK. … Continue reading

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