Topic: Frontiers in Bioethics

Dan Callahan

Bioethics and The Future: Can Progress Be Tamed?

Is ‘progress’ an unalloyed good? The next 50 years in bioethics

Daniel Callahan

Issue: Winter 2020

Topics: Bioethics, Progress, Frontiers in Bioethics, Population, Aging, Health Care, Genetics, End-of-Life, End of life, Resources

Facing the Future

Facing the Future

In the era of the selfie, is face transplant worth the risk?

Miguel I. Dorante

Issue: Summer 2019

Topics: Frontiers in Bioethics, Organ Transplantation, Clinical Ethics, Decision Making

Partial Humanity

What is our responsibility to entities with human-like brains?

by J.B. Segal, S. Porsdam Mann, and Y. Mori

Issue: Summer 2018

Topics: Frontiers in Bioethics, Organ Transplantation, Gene Editing, Dead Donor Rule, Resource Allocation, Moral Standing