Joseph E. Davis and Ana Marta González (eds.), To Fix or To Heal: Patient Care, Public Health, and the Limits of Biomedicine, NYU Press, 2016, 358pp.
The Bioethics branch of the Social Trends Institute seeks to bring together moral philosophers, medical doctors, and scientists to hold serious academic discussions about the ever-present ethical dimension inherent in all areas of science and biotechnology. Rather than focusing on normative guidelines for specific types of cases, the Bioethics branch’s research is aimed at sketching diverse perspectives of emerging controversies in the areas of science and philosophy.
At STI, we support the publication of the research we sponsor. We are proud to present the following publications:
Antoine Suarez and Peter Adams (eds.), Is Science Compatible with Free Will?: Exploring Free Will and Consciousness in the Light of Quantum Physics and Neuroscience, Springer, 2013, 326pp.
Robert P. George and Christopher Tollefsen, Embrión. Una defensa de la vida humana, Rialp, 2012, 237pp.
Antoine Suarez and Peter Adams (eds.), Is This Cell a Human Being? Exploring the Status of Embryos, Stem Cells and Human-Animal Hybrids, Springer, 2011, 209pp.
Robert P. George and Cristopher Tollefsen, Embryo: A Defense of Human Life, Doubleday, 2008, 256pp.