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Park Ridge Center, ethics, faith


Park Ridge Center, Park Ridge, IL: The October 1991 issue of "Second Opinion" (ISSN 0890-1570) includes:

  • Initial Comment: The "Women's Issue" (Martin E. Marty) p. 9
  • Feminism and Bioethics: An Overview (karen Lebacqz) p. 11
  • Healing by Women's-light: From "Womanization" to Women's Healing (Kathryn Allen Rabuzzi) p, 28
  • Case and Commentary: Hidden Stories of Women (Carole Warshaw and Suzanne Poirier) p. 48
  • Does Gender Make a Difference in Moral Decision Making? (Sidney Callahan) p. 67
  • Love, Justice, and Discernment: An Interview with Margaret A. Farley, p. 80
  • Reconstructing the Pastoral Care of Women (Maxine Glas) p. 94
  • On Bernard Häring: Construing Medical Ethics Theologically (Ron P. Hamel) p. 108
  • Reflection: The View from Dan's Room (Greg K. Kirschner) p. 128
  • On the Bioethics Front: Applied Ethics and its Discontents Being a Physician and Being Christian (Gerald P. McKenny, Arthur J. Dyck) p. 131


October 1991

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Second opinion: Health, Faith, and Ethics, 1991, V17 N2, October



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