An Introduction to Bioethics By Thomas A. Shannon

Whether you are a graduate student of bioethics or someone who just wants to understand more about the critical and ethical issues regarding life and living that we may all someday encounter, this book provides an excellent foundation to understanding the issues, and to the decision-making process with regards to quality of life, end of life, and biotechnology. This book was very well written, and though not insulting to anyone's intelligence, is still very easy to understand. Critical terms are defined and important history is provided in addition to the discussions about current social and/or moral concerns. It will prove to be a great resource for anyone. Great read! Sincere appreciation for all the research that went into the writing of this book; thanks to the authors for their dedication and expertise, especially to Dr. Nicholas Kockler who made some very important contributions in this revised edition of the original work.
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