Hastings Center Report

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June 1979

Volume 9, Issue 3

Pages 2–50

  1. Feature: In Brief

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
  2. At the Center

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. AT THE CENTER (page 3)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560782

  3. Correspondence

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. The Fetus as Organ Farm (page 4)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560783

  4. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. In Vitro Fertilization: ‘Ethically Acceptable’ Research (pages 5–8)

      MARGARET O'BRIEN STEINFELS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560785

  5. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
  6. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. A Modest Protocol (pages 12–14)

      LEONARD ISAACS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560787

  7. Features: Law and the Life Sciences

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. ANDRE HELLEGERS and CHARLES FRANKEL (page 14)

      Daniel Callahan

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560788

    2. Medical Paternity and ‘Wrongful Life’ (pages 15–17)

      GEORGE J. ANNAS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560789

  8. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions (pages 16–17)

      Tabitha M. Powledge

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560790

  9. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. Vegetalotry (page 18)

      WILLARD GAYLIN

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560791

  10. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
  11. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. Clarifying the Concepts of Research Ethics (pages 21–26)

      ROBERT J. LEVINE

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560793

  12. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
  13. Correction

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
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      Correction (page 34)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560795

  14. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
  15. Feature: Reviews

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. From Abortion to Zygote Banking (pages 40–41)

      PETER STEINFELS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560797

    2. An Act of Greed (pages 43–44)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560799

  16. Department: In the Literature

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. IN THE LITERATURE (pages 47–48)

      Ernest Tai and David B. Sabine

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560800

  17. Department

    1. Top of page
    2. Feature: In Brief
    3. At the Center
    4. Correspondence
    5. Article: Guarded Appoval From Ethics Board
    6. Article: A Defense on Utilitarian Grounds
    7. Article: A Political Prescription for Clinical Disease
    8. Features: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. Feature: Prenatal Diagnosis: New Techniques, New Questions
    10. Article: Dogmatic Essay No. 3
    11. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    12. Article: The National Commission Defines The Terms
    13. Article: Reestablishing the Frayed Links
    14. Correction
    15. Article: A Commentary on Stephen Toulmin'S Essay
    16. Feature: Reviews
    17. Department: In the Literature
    18. Department
    1. Calendar (page 50)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/j.1552-146X.1979.tb04601.x

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