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Bioethical and ethical issues surrounding the trials and Code of Nuremberg : Nuremberg revisited / edited by Jacques J. Rozenberg.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: KZ1176.5 .B56 2003

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    Series
    Symposium series ; v. 74
    Symposium series (Edwin Mellen Press) ; v. 74.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, c2003
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Preface : breaking the dark mirror / Richard A. Cohen
    Introduction : from anti-semitism and racism to ethics : an epistemological reflection on the Nuremberg trials and code / Jacques J. Rozenberg
    Do the biologists need the expression "human race" : UNESCO 1950-51 / Jean Gayon
    The emergence of German geneticists from the swastika / Raphael Falk
    Medical ethics is question : an historical perspective on eugenism and normality / Samuel S. Kottek
    Biologism in the service of apocalyptic thinking : a psycho-analytic perspective on purity, impurity, and race / Ludwig Haesler
    Medicine, the Holocaust, and the doctors' trial / Joe Levi
    The ethics of using medical data from Nazi experiments / Baruch C. Cohen
    The Shoah as a crime against humanity : reflections on civilization and its annihilation / Ephraim Meir
    Guilt, responsibility, and humanity / Aharon Shear-Yashuv
    Amalek in the Holocaust-era Orthodox Jewish thought / Gershon Greenberg
    Created in the image of God : Jews and the nations / Michael Z. Nehorai
    The Noahide universal law / Nahum Rakover
    Rights and duties / Haim H. Cohn
    The one and the other : reflections on the ontological roots of politics / Shalon Rosenberg.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Rozenberg, Jacques J.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Preface : breaking the dark mirror / Richard A. Cohen -- Introduction : from anti-semitism and racism to ethics : an epistemological reflection on the Nuremberg trials and code / Jacques J. Rozenberg -- Do the biologists need the expression "human race" : UNESCO 1950-51 / Jean Gayon -- The emergence of German geneticists from the swastika / Raphael Falk -- Medical ethics is question : an historical perspective on eugenism and normality / Samuel S. Kottek -- Biologism in the service of apocalyptic thinking : a psycho-analytic perspective on purity, impurity, and race / Ludwig Haesler -- Medicine, the Holocaust, and the doctors' trial / Joe Levi -- The ethics of using medical data from Nazi experiments / Baruch C. Cohen -- The Shoah as a crime against humanity : reflections on civilization and its annihilation / Ephraim Meir -- Guilt, responsibility, and humanity / Aharon Shear-Yashuv -- Amalek in the Holocaust-era Orthodox Jewish thought / Gershon Greenberg -- Created in the image of God : Jews and the nations / Michael Z. Nehorai -- The Noahide universal law / Nahum Rakover -- Rights and duties / Haim H. Cohn -- The one and the other : reflections on the ontological roots of politics / Shalon Rosenberg.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    088946989X
    0773466088
    Physical Description
    xx, 313 p. ; 24 cm.

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