Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics aims to act as a nexus for debates typically in collections of diverse but explicitly interrelated essays about the histories and literatures of bioethical debates from a wide spectrum of disciplines, methodologies, periods and geographical contexts. This series champions conversations from within interdisciplinary collision spaces, considering the effects of physical and metaphysical environments upon factual and fictional spaces.
By Rachel Carnell, Chris Mounsey
July 22, 2022
This volume examines historical views of stewardship that have sometimes allowed humans to ravage the earth as well as contemporary and futuristic visions of stewardship that will be necessary to achieve pragmatic progress to save life on earth as we know it. The idea of stewardship – human ...
By Stan Booth, Chris Mounsey
April 22, 2021
Reconsidering Extinction in Terms of the History of Global Bioethics continues the Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics series by exploring approaches to the bioethics of extinction from disparate disciplines, from literature, to social sciences, to history, to sustainability studies, to ...
By Madeleine Mant, Chris Mounsey
April 20, 2021
The History and Bioethics of Medical Education: "You’ve Got to Be Carefully Taught" continues the Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics series by exploring approaches to the teaching of bioethics from disparate disciplines, geographies, and contexts. Van Rensselaer Potter coined the phrase...
By Chris Mounsey, Stan Booth
November 08, 2019
Bodies of Information initiates the Routledge Advances in the History of Bioethics series by encompassing interdisciplinary Bioethical discussions on a wide range of descriptions of bodies in relation to their contexts from varying perspectives: including literary analysis, sociology, criminology, ...