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is a new series composed of scholarly monographs and edited collections organized around specific topics that explore bioethical theory and practice through the frameworks provided by feminist ethics, narrative ethics, and virtue ethics, challenging the assumptions of mainstream bioethics in the process. Contemporary mainstream bioethics has become ideological and repetitive, a defender of activities that bioethics was originally created to critique, and an apologist for unethical practices and policies in medicine that it once saw itself as fighting against. Taking its title from recent work being done on MacIntyre’s neo-Aristotelian ethics,
is organized around the idea that bioethics needs to reform both its theory and practice, and its goal is to begin the conversation about what a transformed bioethics—one that is unafraid to explore new theoretical approaches, and to examine and critique current bioethical practices—might look like.
Rachel Haliburton, University of Sudbury
Staff editorial contact:
Jana Hodges-Kluck (
Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: Before, During, and After the Holocaust
SHELDON RUBENFELD AND DANIEL P. SULMASY -
ASTRID LEY -
FLORIAN BRUNS; LA...
Lexington Books • November 2020 • Monograph