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by R.H. Williams
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    R.H. Williams
  • ISBN:
    0387900977
  • ISBN13:
    978-0387900971
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  • Publisher:
    Springer; 1973 edition (June 6, 1974)
  • Pages:
    346 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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About this book Large assortments of drugs have been developed and are easily obtained.

In the 1960's marked changes occurred throughout the world in philosophies and policies related to man's role in life. These changes, prompted predominantly by extensive increases in knowledge and popula­ tion density, have produced increased pleasures as well as problems. Large assortments of drugs have been developed and are easily obtained. There are drugs to speed us up, slow us down, make us sleep, change our perspectives on life, promote propagation of life or prevent it, prolong life or terminate it, and modify the course of life in many ways.

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There are drugs to speed us up, slow us down, make us sleep, change our perspectives on life, promote propagation of life or prevent it, prolong life or terminate it, and modify the course of life in many ways. Also, numerous mechanical devices have been developed that influence the propagation of life, the termination of life, and the manner in which we live

Large assortments of drugs have been developed and are easily obtained. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Large assortments of drugs have been developed and are easily obtained. Also, numerous mechanical devices have been developed that influence the propagation of life, the termination of life, and the manner in which we live.

Also, numerous mechanical devices have been developed that influence the propagation of life, the termination of life, and the manner in which we live. Many people have changed their overall goals in life, and in par ticular have experienced major changes in attitudes and policies applying to sexual activity, marriage, birth control, abortion, welfare, children, old people, criminals, economics, social status, careers, education, euthanasia, and suicide.

Williams sees no more than a difference of degree between abor-tion and contraception. Since there is life both in the sperm and the ovum, even contraception in-.

All the topics have to do with the control and way of life made possible by recent scientific and technical progress, although not all of them would be classified as medical ethics, or even bioethics. Such subjects, for instance, as campus protest, the choice of a career, and maniage are treated in the collection. Williams sees no more than a difference of degree between abor-tion and contraception. May, 1975.

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Before the publication of this book, the author, at the urging of medical students, had initiated very popular annual courses in The Philosophy of Medicine.

In the 1960's marked changes occurred throughout the world in philosophies and policies related to man's role in life. These changes, prompted predominantly by extensive increases in knowledge and popula­ tion density, have produced increased pleasures as well as problems. The rising number of people and improved methods of communication and transportation have caused more relationships among people, with their pleasures, competitions, jealousies, conflicts of interest, oppressions, and crimes. Large assortments of drugs have been developed and are easily obtained. There are drugs to speed us up, slow us down, make us sleep, change our perspectives on life, promote propagation of life or prevent it, prolong life or terminate it, and modify the course of life in many ways. Also, numerous mechanical devices have been developed that influence the propagation of life, the termination of life, and the manner in which we live. Many people have changed their overall goals in life, and in par­ ticular have experienced major changes in attitudes and policies applying to sexual activity, marriage, birth control, abortion, welfare, children, old people, criminals, economics, social status, careers, education, euthanasia, and suicide. There also has been marked enlightenment concerning the effect of the chemical and physical status of the brain upon normal and abnormal thinking and behavior.