6 edition of Aging and ethics found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Aging & ethics.|
|Statement||edited by Nancy S. Jecker.|
|Series||Contemporary issues in biomedicine, ethics, and society|
|Contributions||Jecker, Nancy Ann Silbergeld.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1061 .A4555 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 394 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||394|
|LC Control Number||91010792|
Aging per se is not the physiological issue but a symptom. @+75 I've found that prevention of pain - due to aging - is more critical and provides for a healthy and long life. Of course, diet and exercise is essential; but good health is defined by . The Evolution of Aging 10 1. Introduction Why Do We Age? There are currently three main theories of biological aging: 1) Aging is the result of fundamental limitations such as laws of physics or chemistry that result in deterioration of any living organism. These are the fundamental limitation theories or “wear and tear” theories.
Dr. Atul Gwande openly evaluates where Doctors, and medicine have gone awry. He brings some interesting predictions for health care when the Baby Boomers become our residents. Ethics. Prof. Dr. Mark Schweda is professor for Ethics in Medicine at the Department for Health Services Research, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Oldenburg. As a philosopher and bioethicist, his research focuses on philosophical, bioethical, and socio-cultural aspects of aging and the human life course as well as on questions of.
Read "Ethics, Law, and Aging Review, Volume 11 Deinstitutionalizing Long Term Care: Making Legal Strides, Avoiding Policy Errors" by available from Rakuten Kobo. We are now engaged in a movement that de-emphasizes the reliance on institutional forms of Brand: Springer Publishing Company. The book concludes with an overview of the relevance of the issues discussed for policy making on professional, national and international levels. Keywords Health Care Ethics anti aging medicine elderly care ethics and longevity ethics of aging health care policy.
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This book can best be understood as a meditation on two compelling liberal ideas-autonomy and justice-that have inspired our thinking about ethics and the aging society. The story which unfolds in the book is a story both about the power of those ideals and also about inescapable facts of old age that make those ideals problematic."Cited by: The Aging Self and the Aging Society Ethical issues involving the elderly have recently come to the fore.
This should come as no surprise: Since the turn of the century, there has been an eightfold in crease in the number of Americans over the age of sixty five, and almost a. The Palgrave Handbook of the Philosophy of Aging is an essential resource for scholars, researchers and advanced students in the philosophy of the self, moral and political philosophy, bioethics, phenomenology, narrative studies and philosophy of economics.
It is also an ideal volume for researchers, advanced students and professionals in Price: $ In his foreword, Robert N. Butler, MD, writes, "The words in the title Dementia and Aging: Ethics, Values, and Policy Choices are in the right order: discussion of aging and dementia creates the need to consider ethics, values, and the ultimate choices of action, since policy choices will have to be made, like it or not." The current.
Ethics in an Aging Society Harry R. Moody Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimorepp., $ In the preface Harry R. Moody informs readers that Ethics in an Aging Society is a compilation, at least in part, of a number of articles and speeches he had given previously.
The format both enhances and detracts from the book's content. The Aging Self and the Aging Society Ethical issues involving the elderly have recently come to the fore. This should come as no surprise: Since the turn of the century, there has been an eightfold in crease in the number of Americans over the age of sixty five, and almost a tripling of their proportion to the general population.
Those over the age of eighty-five- the fastest. The PPACG AAA prepares a plan every four years as a response to guidance from the Colorado Department of Human Services State Unit on Aging.
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‘The’ ethics of ageing versus ‘An’ ethics of ageing. Frits De Lange’s Loving Later Life: An Ethics of Aging is an example of the former type.3 De Lange derives a substantive normative theory that he argues is appropriate for dealing with ethical issues related to the elderly.
In particular, his theological ethics attempts to describe and justify an ethic of love based on Cited by: 2. This book provides both a biblical approach for addressing any bioethical question and an application of that approach to key end-of-life and resource allocation issues.
The general approach explains what it means for a Christian bioethics to be God-centered, reality-bounded, and love-impelled.
The end-of-life section explores such crucial issues as withholding and. Get this from a library. Aging and ethics: philosophical problems in gerontology. [Nancy Ann Silbergeld Jecker;] -- "Aging and Ethics explores the many urgent ethical issues involving the elderly, their care, and their role in society that have only recently come to the fore."--BOOK JACKET.
"There are now eight. Is loving later life possible. In our youth-obsessed culture, nobody enjoys growing old. We normally fear our own aging and generally do not love old people -- they remind us that death is inescapable, the body frail, and social status transitory.
In Loving Later Life Frits de Lange shows how an ethics of love can acknowledge and overcome this fear of aging and change our Brand: Wm.
Eerdmans Publishing Co. The salience of ethics in relation to aging is more pronounced in advanced economies, particularly Western, for three reasons: the relative size of the aging population is increasing because of fewer births; longevity has increased and the vitality of the aged in terms of physical mobility and health has greatly improved; and financial security, largely because their.
Ethics, Aging, and Society. by Martha B. Holstein, PhD,Mark Waymack, Ph.D,Jennifer Parks, PhD. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *5/5.
This book is an important and timely look at issues of ethics in reflects the complexity of these questions, but develops them inrelation to a single general theme: that of the involvement of theelderly in the design of social policy and the research which affectsthem.
Moral problems involving the elderly are many-faceted. Twenty thoughtful and thought-provoking essays are grouped into four sections on the aging individual, aging and filial responsibility, distributive justice in an aging society, and philosophical reflections on aging and death.
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“The Ethics of Hospitality: Reflections on Aging” by Sophie Cloutier proposes an exploration of the ethics of our relationship with other aging individuals. Hospitality is universal: it is present in every culture and religion, and it is the guide to welcoming the stranger at the door.
The Handbook on Ethical Issues in Aging has afforded me a rare privilege to explore what I consider the most important element of all human relationships-- ethical behavior -- and to share in this learning with a number of able and committed colleagues.
I wanted to produce a handbook about specific ethical issues adults may encounter as they grow older. Get this from a library. Loving later life: an ethics of aging. [Frederik de Lange] -- Is loving later life possible.
In our youth-obsessed culture, nobody enjoys growing old. We normally fear our own aging and generally do not love old people - they remind us that death is. The book brings to the study of women's aging a reflective dimension Fifteen distinguished contributors here explore assumptions, experiences, practices, and public policies that affect women's well-being and dignity in later life/5.
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Ryan Jan. 5, Updated: Jan. 6, a.m. Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn Reddit. Twenty thoughtful essays that explore the many dimensions of attitudes and possibilities that can determine and affect care of elderly persons facing disability, illness, or death: personality, societal norms, politics, economics, ethical principles, and how the elderly see the world around them.