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To live and to die: when, why, and how / edited by Robert H. Williams.

New York : Springer-Verlag, 1973.
ISBN 9780387062204, 0387062203

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Subjects Essays.
Medicine -- Essays.
Philosophy -- Essays.
Description xviii, 346 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Prologue. -- Metabolism, mentation, and behavior. -- Body, mind, and soul, by R.H. Williams. -- On the origin of life, by E.H. Fischer. -- Genetic engineering: present and future, by G.S. Omenn. -- The climate of world population growth, by K. Davis. -- Propagation, modification, and termination of life: contraception, abortion, suicide, euthanasia, by R.H. Williams. -- An alternative to the ethic of euthanasia, by A.J. Dyck. -- Ethics and euthanasia, by J. Fletcher. -- Ethical and moral problems in the use of artificial and transplanted organs, by J.R. Elkinton. -- Management of the sick with kindness, compassion, wisdom, and efficiency, by R.H. Williams. -- Life and death: lessons from the dying, by E. Kübler-Ross. -- The here and the hereafter: reflections on tragedy and comedy in human existence, by J.L. Walker. -- Too many and too few limitations for children, by M.B. Rothberg.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)589992
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WorldCat Identities Williams, Robert Hardin.
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