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Bioethics and the Holocaust

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 The Question of Relevance
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    Chapter 2 Teaching Medical Ethics in Nazi Germany: Debunking the Myth that the Nazi Physicians Abandoned Their Ethics
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    Chapter 3 The Role of Professions in a State: The Effects of the Nazi Experience on Health Care Professionalism
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    Chapter 4 The Physician’s Role: Patient v. Population
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    Chapter 5 The Transformation of Physicians from Healers to Killers: The Role of Psychiatry
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    Chapter 6 The Physician at War
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    Chapter 7 Medicalization of Social Policies: Defining Health, Defining Illness
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    Chapter 8 Bioethics and the Krankenmorde : Disability and Diversity
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    Chapter 9 Race, Eugenics, and the Holocaust
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    Chapter 10 Physician-Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia, and Bioethics in Nazi and Contemporary Cinema
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    Chapter 11 Godwin’s Law and the Limits of Bioethics and Holocaust Studies
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    Chapter 12 From the Nuremberg “Doctors’ Trial” to the “Nuremberg Code”
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    Chapter 13 The Holocaust as an Inflection Point in the Development of Research Ethics
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    Chapter 14 The Rights and Responsibilities of the Physician to Uphold Bioethical Values in Society
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    Chapter 15 Bioethics and the Holocaust in a Multicultural Context
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    Chapter 16 Medicine, the Holocaust, and Human Dignity: Lessons from Human Rights
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    Chapter 17 The Goals of Medicine in a Post-Holocaust Society
Attention for Chapter 12: From the Nuremberg “Doctors’ Trial” to the “Nuremberg Code”
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