This study is an imaginative coverage of multi-moral, ethical, and legal cultural differences and similarities for future use by students in the fields of biology, medicine, pharmacology, healthcare, and the biopharmaceutical industry. The similarities and differences in the various approaches to bioethics among nations lead us to an unavoidable conclusion: The moral dimensions of human existence cannot be captured by a single culture. It is the differentiations of multiculturalism. Moreover, the following features prove invaluable by revealing pragmatic ethical issues and problems among bioscientists, biotechnologists, biomedical clinicians, and bioresearchers: * To develop conceptual skills to integrate human dynamic innovations. * To indicate why bioethics in diverse cultures is an essential phenomenon. * To understand the increased role of the level of biotechnology through bioscientific synergy and prodigy. * To develop a framework of analysis to enable a student to discuss how bioscientific advances and biotechnological breakthroughs will change human nature. * To develop an understanding of the scope of biotechnological innovation and how it differs from the natural somatic structures. * To develop an ability to analyze and evaluate qualitative bioethical value systems for the future of the human race.
Susan S. Parhizgar is a post-Doctoral researcher at Texas Tech University School of Medicine & Health Science Center. Kamal Dean Parhizgar is Professor of Management and Business Ethics in the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M International University.
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 An Overview: Multicultural Biomedical Ethics and Global Biosophical Moral Logic Chapter 3 Comparative Analysis of Morality, Ethicality, and Legality Chapter 4 Moral Theories: Idealistic, Realistic, Hedonistic, Eudaemonisitic, and Authentic Chapter 5 Ethical Theories: Relativism, Deontologicalism, Teleologicalism, and Utilitarianism Chapter 6 Bioethical Professionalism, Paraprofessionalism, Occupationalism, and Vocationalism Chapter 7 Dimensions of Bioethical Paradigm of Biosophy, Biophilia, Biosciences, Biotechnology, and Bioknowledge Chapter 8 Theosophical Deontological Principlism and Biosophical Utilitarian Promeatheanism Bioknowledge and Bioethics Chapter 9 Melioristic Global Bioethics of Human Subject in Bioresearch Chapter 10 Bioethical Dimensions of Organ and Body Material Transplanatation Chapter 11 Intellectual Contributions and Academic Integrity Part 12 References Part 13 Subject Index