Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access.
Search for free, downloadable images taken from our library and museum collections, including paintings, illustrations, photos and more.
Bioethical and ethical issues surrounding the trials and Code of Nuremberg : Nuremberg revisited / edited by Jacques J. Rozenberg.
- Rozenberg, Jacques J.
- , ©2003
About this work
Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, , ©2003.
xx, 313 pages ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Preface : Breaking the dark Mirror / Richard A. Cohen -- Introduction : From anti-semitism and racism to ethics : an epistemological reflection on the Nuremberg trials and code / Jacques J. Rozenberg -- Do the biologists need the expression "human race" : UNESCO 1950-51 / Jean Gayon -- The emergence of German geneticists from the swastika / Raphael Falk -- Medical ethics is question : an historical perspective on eugenism and normality / Samuel S. Kottek -- Biologism in the service of apocalyptic thinking : a psycho-analytic perspective on purity, impurity, and race / Ludwig Haesler -- Medicine, the Holocaust, and the doctors' trial / Joe Levi -- The ethics of using medical data from Nazi experiments / Baruch C. Cohen -- The Shoah as a crime against humanity : reflections on civilization and its annihilation / Ephraim Meir -- Guit, responsibility, and humanity / Aharon Shear-Yashuv -- Amalek in the Holocaust-era Orthodox Jewish thought / Gershon Greenberg -- Created in the image of God : Jews and the nations / Michael Z. Nehorai -- The Noahide universal law / Nahum Rakover -- Rights and duties / Haim H. Cohn -- The one and the other : reflections on the ontological roots of politics / Shalon Rosenberg.
Where to find it
Location StatusHistory of MedicineCAD.37.AA9 Open shelves