TM305 - Current Challenges in Bioethics
Not avaliable for online application
|Course Type||On Campus|
|Course Category||T04 Moral Theology|
The course gives an overview of the current issues that pose challenges to society at large and the Church in particular.
Challenges of the past: A look at the origin, history and secularization of bioethics.
Present challenges: secularism, pluralism, human dignity and religious input to bioethics. Specific debates: embryo adoption, morning after pill, use of condoms in AIDS.
Future challenges: Technological imperative, eugenics and enhancement, genetic engineering, nanotechnology, stem cells, cloning and hybrids, neuroethics and artificial intelligence.
Lecture, Multimedia and Group Discussion
Written and Presentation
|College Organization Structure||THEOLOGY DIVISION|
|Course Tuition Fee||1150.00|
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