Bioethics: Human Life Issues

This course examines current controversies about the benefits and dangers to human life arising from recent developments in the biomedical sciences. Special attention is given to issues in the reproductive technologies, genetics, the care of the terminally ill, AIDS, research with human subjects, and to questions of abortion and euthanasia. Comprehensive understanding of the issues at stake and ability to evaluate the positions taken in these controversies define the aims of the course. Students may not retain credit for both RLST 2345 & PHIL 2345. Students may not retain credit for both RLST/PHIL 2345 and PHIL 3346. (lec 3) cr 6

RLST-2345EL
University of Sudbury
6.00
UG