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New York : Oxford University Press, 2017
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ISBN 9780190237684 (ebook)
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Print version : ISBN 9780199981878
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Introduction / Leslie Francis -- Conscientious Objection in Reproductive Health / Armand H. Matheny Antommaria -- The Role of Providers in Assisted Reproduction: Potential Conflicts, Professional Conscience and Personal Choice / Judith Daar -- Ethical Issues in Newborn Screening / Jeffrey R. Botkin -- How We Acquire Parental Rights / Norvin Richards -- Mothers and Others: Relational Autonomy in Parenting / Sara Goering -- Procreators’ Duties: Sexual Asymmetries / Don Hubin -- Reproductive Control for Men: For Men? / Margaret P. Battin -- Societal Disregard for the Needs of the Infertile / David Orentlicher -- Parents with Disabilities / Adam Cureton -- The Discursive Context of Reproductive Ethics / Amy Cabrera Rasmussen -- Late-in-Life Motherhood: Ethico-Legal Perspectives on the Postponement of Childbearing and Access to Artificial Reproductive Technologies / Imogen Goold -- Ethical Issues in the Evolving Realm of Egg Donation /
Lori Marshall -- Sperm and Egg Donor Anonymity: Legal and Ethical Issues / I. Glenn Cohen -- Who Am I When I’m Pregnant? / Hilde Lindemann -- Contemplating The Start of Someone / Adam Kadlac -- The Possibility of Being Harmed by One’s Own Conception / Janet Malek -- Understanding Procreative Beneficence / Julian Savulescu, Guy Kahane -- Opting for Twins in IVF: What Does Procreative Responsibility Require? / Bonnie Steinbock -- Procreative Responsibility in View of What Parents Owe Their Children / David DeGrazia -- Access to Basic Reproductive Rights: Global Challenges / Sheelagh McGuinness, Heather Widdows -- Is Surrogacy Ethically Problematic? / Leslie Francis -- Justice, Procreation, and the Costs of Having and Raising Disabled Children / David Wasserman -- Constructing the Abortion Argument / Rosamond Rhodes -- Victims of Trafficking, Reproductive Rights, and Asylum / Diana Tietjens Meyers --
The Commodification of Women’s Reproductive Tissue and Services / Donna Dickenson -- Twenty-First-Century Eugenics / Christopher Gyngell, Michael Selgelid -- Procreative Rights in a Post-Coital World / Kimberly Mutcherson -- Reproduction as a Civil Right / Anita Silvers, Leslie Francis
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Contents // Biographical Sketches // Introduction Leslie Francis // PART I SOCIETY // 1. The Discursive Context of Reproductive Ethics Amy Cabrera Rasmussen // 2. Access to Basic Reproductive Rights: Global Challenges Sheelagh McGuinness and Heather Widdows // 3. Constructing the Abortion Argument Rosamond Rhodes // 4. Victims of Trafficking, Reproductive Rights, and Asylum Diana Tietjens Meyers // 5. The Commodification of Womens Reproductive Tissue and Services Donna Dickenson // 6. Twenty-First-Century Eugenics Christopher Gyngell and Michael J. Selgelid // 7. Procreative Rights in a Postcoital World Kimberly M. Mutcherson // 8. Reproduction as a Civil Right Anita Silvers and Leslie Francis // vi CONTENTS // PARTII PROVIDERS // 9. Conscientious Objection in Reproductive Health 209 // Armand H. Matheny Antommaria // 10. The Role of Providers in Assisted Reproduction: Potential // Conflicts, Professional Conscience, and Personal Choice 226 // Judith Daar // 11. Ethical Issues in Newborn Screening 251 // Jeffrey R. Botkin // PART III PARENTS // 12. How We Acquire Parental Rights 265 // Norvin Richards // 13. Mothers and Others: Relational Autonomy in Parenting 285 // Sara Goering - // 14. Procreators Duties: Sexual Asymmetries 301 // Don Hubin // 15. Reproductive Control for Men: For Men? 325 // Margaret P. Battin // 16. Societal Disregard for the Needs of the Infertile 357 // David Orentlicher // 17. Is Surrogacy Ethically Problematic? 388 // Leslie Francis // 18. Parents with Disabilities 407 //
Adam Cureton // 19. Late-in-Life Motherhood: Ethico-Legal Perspectives on // the Postponement of Childbearing and Access to Artificial Reproductive Technologies 427 // Imogen Goold // 20. Justice, Procreation, and the Costs of Having and Raising // Disabled Children 464 // David Wasserman // CONTENTS Vii // 21. Ethical Issues in the Evolving Realm of Egg Donation 478 Lorna A. Marshall // 22. Sperm and Egg Donor Anonymity: Legal and Ethical Issues 499 // I. Glenn Cohen // 23. Who Am I When lm Pregnant? 536 // Hilde Lindemann // PART IV LAST BUT NOT LEAST: // ZYGOTE, BLASTOCYST, EMBRYO, // FETUS, NEWBORN // 24. Contemplating the Start of Someone 551 // Adam Kadlac // 25. The Possibility of Being Harmed by Ones Own Conception 571 // Janet Malek // 26. Understanding Procreative Beneficence 592 // Julian Savulescu and Guy Kahane // 27. Opting for Twins in In Vitro Fertilization: What Does Procreative // Responsibility Require? 623 // Bonnie Steinbock // 28. Procreative Responsibility in View of What Parents Owe // Their Children 641 // David DeGrazia // Index // 659

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