The Story of Bioethics: From Seminal Works to Contemporary Explorations

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INDEX
Abel, Franccsc, S.J., 102, 1 13, 219
abortion issue and Catholic tradition, 126-27
absolutism, 56-57
Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (ACHIIE), 229
AIDS and HIV, 188, 201
Aitkin, H. IX, 150
Alexander, Shana, 221
America (Jesuit weekly), 131
American Board of Internal Medicine, 12
American Heart Association, 205
American Medical Association (AMA) Codes of'Ethics, 67, 80
American Society tor Internal Medicine, 1 2
Anscombc, Elizabeth, 99
anthropology, philosophical: Catholic tradition .\\u\, 120-21; Pellegrino on, 10-11
Antoninus, St., 114-15
Areen, Judith, 218, 219
Aristotle, 5, 59, 61
Arras, John, 50
assisted suicide, 135, 143
autonomy, 24, 53. See aim respect for autonomy, principle of
Baechetta, Matthew, 179
Bad Blood (Jones), 197
balancing principles, 57-62; autonomy violations and, 76-78; constrained/ restricted balancing, 60-62; just-war tradition and, 61-62; prima facie obligations and, 58-62; and Theory of Medical Ethics, 57-58, 76-78, 84-85, 87nl2. Sec also principlism
Barcelona Declaration (1998), 183
Barth, Karl, 160
Bartholomew I, Patriarch, 103, 104-5
Basham, Arthur L., 170
The Basics of Biocthies (Veatch), 69
Baumiller, Bob, 219
Beauchamp, Tom I..: and Belmont Report, 17-22, 27, 30-31, 40nl0, 4()nn 12-14; on casuistry, 29-32; and Childress, 17, 19, 20, 22-23, 27, 29, 38n3, 39n8, 47-50, 63; and Encyclopedia of Biocthies, 171; and Engelhardt, 100; on internalist challenges to principles, 32-37; at Kennedy Institute, 47-48, 95, 218, 219, 223; and pluralism of Principles, 224-25; on writing of Principles, 17, 19, 20, 22-27, 38n3, 40nl0. See also The Belmont Report; Principles of Biomedical Ethics (Beauchamp and Childress)

“Beecher Report,” 132

The Belmont Report: Beauchamp's role in, 17-22, 27, 30-31, 40n 10, 40nn 12-14; casuistry and, 22, 2932; drafting and evolution of, 1722, 27, 30-31, 39n9,40nl0, 40nn 12-14, 42n28; federal mandate and, 18, 39n7; as fundamentalist, 38, 42n28; and informed consent guidelines, 21; minimalist style of, 20-21, 40nl3; National Commis-

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