A Question of Context: A Response to Fred Rosner
Journal of Clinical Ethics
Jewish thought, bioethics, Jewish bioethics
This article is a reponse to Fred Rosner's article "Jewish Medical Ethics." The author organizes her response under four headings: (1) The relevance of Halakha; (2) The trend toward conservatism; (3) The role of women in Jewish bioethics; and (4) Is anyone listening?. In each case, the goal is to introduce readers to some voices and perspectives that are missing from Rosner's account of Jewish bioethics.
Dena S. Davis, A Question of Context, 6 Journal of Clinical Ethics 232 (Winter 1995)