Faith and Philosophy 19 (1):112-116 (2002)

Bruce Reichenbach
Augsburg College
A review of Moreland and Rae's defense of Thomistic anthropological substance dualism and its application to issues in medical ethics such as physician assisted suicide, patients in a persistent vegetative state, comatose people, and anencephalic infants.
Keywords soul  Thomas Aquinas  natural law  persistent vegetative state  physician assisted suicide  functionalism
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ISBN(s) 0739-7046
DOI 10.5840/faithphil200219112
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